Archival Pigment Print

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A go-to printing technique for many artists, archival pigment printing has become the industry standard for extremely high-quality digital reproductions of existing original paintings or photographs. Three factors make archival pigment prints better than your standard inkjet print:
1. the resolution of the original file (minimum 300 DPI)
2. the quality of the paper (usually 100% cotton or rag base)
3. the use of long-lasting pigment based inks (vs. cheap dye inks) with large-format printers

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