This Gioconda graphic print, a mix of computer graphics and other techniques, was created by Adrian Purgał and is part of a limited edition of 50 pieces. The piece is a giclee print on Hahnemühle German Etching paper of 310g / m2 using HP Vivera inks with a 200-year warranty for durability and intended for fine art prints. The image itself measures 64.5 cm by 88 cm, and 74.5 x 98 cm with passe-partout. The piece features the designer's signature and has two impressions of the dry stamp 'AP' and 'GB', as well as a handwritten work title and a copy number. Two certificates are attached to the graphics: the author's certificate and the certificate of printing, certifying the authenticity of the print and its uniqueness. The printing certificate and the original copy bear a hologram with a unique and compatible number. Giclee prints are the highest quality reproductions of works of art whose appearance, thanks to the use of the highest quality materials and printing devices, is almost indistinguishable from the original. Currently, in Western Europe and the United States, it is an increasingly popular way of presenting and selling works among artists. Large format prints in this technique are made in limited editions and then signed by the artist himself. The most important features that distinguish Giclee type from reproductions are the printing technology and the applied substrates. The non-transparent printing technology allows one to get prints where the spot is practically imperceptible to the naked eye. High-quality consumables (substrates and inks) ensure much more accurate color reproduction as well as durability of the obtained effects. Professional Giclee prints can be displayed for over 100 years without any visible change in color.