Fine Art Print (Print Only)
Fine art archival ink print, printed on luxurious Crane Museo Silver Rag heavyweight cotton paper with a semi-gloss surface. (Overseas orders are printed on comparable Ilford Pearl paper). (more info)
Duraplaq Mounted, Ready to Hang
My most popular print display option, also known as "ColorBox" or "MegaPlaq". The fine art ink print is mounted on eco- friendly HDF smooth wood and sealed with a special semi-matte UV laminate, which protects the print and eliminates reflections while maintaining excellent image clarity and contrast. The mount is finished with a beveled 1"-deep black edge, resulting in an elegant, modern, and durable print display that hangs flush against the wall. (more info)
Glossy Metal Print, Ready to Hang
This attractive display option uses a dye sublimation technique to infuse the image onto a thin, rigid aluminum sheet with a glossy finish that provides deep, bold colors with excellent clarity and high contrast. On the back side of the aluminum print is a recessed float block hanger, so the print appears to float off the wall by 1/2". This is a great option for those desiring a glossy, durable, modern frameless print display option at a more affordable price point than the acrylic mounted prints. (more info)
Acrylic-Glass Mounted, Ready to Hang
With this innovative display method, the fine art ink print on glossy metallic paper is professionally mounted face-first onto 3/16" museum-grade, UV protected, scratch-resistant plexiglass, and backed by 1/8" black acid-free board. An inset french-cleat hanging system is attached to the back, so that the print floats 1/2" off of the wall, appearing like a glass framed print is floating on the wall, but without the matte and frame. This is the option for those who desire the ultimate stunning glossy print image quality. (more info)
* Free shipping for all U.S. and Canada orders!
** Free shipping for UK, Europe, Australia, and international "print only", "metal prints" and "acrylic mounted" orders! (more info)
Please allow 3-4 weeks for production and delivery time, though prints are often shipped sooner than that.