All Of Our Prints come mounted
Each fine art print will comprise of a window mount and backing board, these are then joined together on one side. All prints are correctly mounted to the backing board using acid free mounting tape, once your product is mounted it will then be placed in a high quality self adhesive print bag for most standard frame sizes. If your mounted print is not mounted to a standard size then your image will be wrapped in clear cellophane.
Giclee Printing: Our giclée printing process provides a far superior colour accuracy in hues, saturation and luminance, including shadows and highlights than any other form of print reproduction. Each paper type handles colour differently this is called a colour gamet, fine micro adjustments are made to the digital image file, colour correcting to match the original artwork. Giclée printing is the perfect method for reproducing archival fine art, photography, digital art and illustration. Giclee prints can be printed on a variety of paper types.
Smooth Cotton Paper : Museum grade, acid free paper which is made from Alpha Cellulose, Cotton Rag or a mixture of the two with base weights of 310gsm. This paper type is coated to give your images incredible colour saturation and exceptionally deep black’s. Base materials are refined to remove acid and lignin’s to ensure and prolong archival stability.
Rough Texture Fine Art Paper: Textured fine art papers are created with a much more coarse felt, this then produces the texture on the finished product. The surface of these papers can then highlight any texture within your image, whether that be photography or art reproduction. These papers tend to more closely represent traditional watercolour papers with a pleasant feel, adding more tactile qualities to your work.
Pro Photo Lustre Paper: Lustre photo paper is a hybrid of glossy and matte prints. This finish provides the benefits of both styles. It delivers bright colors, yet, it is not as shiny as glossy paper. Lustre paper comes with a semi-gloss that doesn't reflect light too much. It is closer to a matte finish than the glossy paper.