This print is a giclee, one of the highest quality prints available today. To create such a print, the original artwork much be scanned or captured at a resolution of at least 300 DPI (dots per inch). In comparison, most digital photographs are recorded at a resolution of 72 DPI on the screen. From there, the artwork must be printed using ink and paper of high enough quality to be considered "archival." This is typically achieved using inks that are pigment-based instead of dye-based and any canvas, watercolor paper, or specialty printing paper formally designated as archival. The end result is a print that is near-identical in detail to the original, that captures every brush stroke and texture, and lasts for decades.