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Archival Print

Archival print is a media that can retain information forever, so it can be retrieved when required without any significant loss in information. A perfect image or text is printed using a high resolution printer and archival ink on a fine archival paper. These fine art prints have a heavy weight feel and the paper has high tolerance to tearing or breakage by folding.

Gauri Gill, Poster of an Indian Beauty Queen in an Indian restaurant, 2002, archival pigment print, 23.5x31.5 inches