This year Canon finally came out with an affordable pigment printer that will print up to 13 x 19" paper! So I invested in one this past year. If I have something larger that needs to be printed for an exhibition or a client, then I farm it out to two printers I've used for years. One does a terrific job of taking my digital files and sending me gallery-wrapped Giclee prints and another does a great job of printing chromogenic or digital C prints on paper. Both types of prints are archival (like my pigment prints) and are seen in high end galleries and museums.
For a discussion of the different terms, this is a handy webpage. But what does it mean for you, my client? It means that the art that I print, or have someone else do for me, will last more than just a few years. Right now depending upon both papers and inks, it's said that prints can last between 85 to 100+ years. But of course, like any piece of fine art you should never hang it on a wall that gets direct sunlight.
I haven't put this image up on here yet, but if you're interested in purchasing this limited edition print (only doing a series of 25), please contact me directly. I can give you a quote on it.