"Appetite for Destruction"
This is an 11"x14" giclee of the original which is comprised of hand torn paper images, stapled together. Personally signed by the artist.
What is the difference between a giclee and a print?
Pronounced, zhee'clay, the word comes from the French, meaning to spray, which is exactly what an ink jet printer does. ... The quality of a giclee print is far superior to all other forms of printing.
Forget visual comfort and charge towards the stark reality of what lies buried just below the surface of each and every one of us. Why hide, linger or stay locked away in a safe place that doesn't really exist except for brief moments in time.
Appetite for Destruction
These are custom printed giclees on Epson Signature Worthy Hot Press Paper using archival inks rated by Willhelm Imaging Research Inc., (the formost authority on media permanence,) to last greater than 200 years without any noticeable fading or colour shift.