Our printing process allows us to capture the essence of each piece, giving you the feeling of having the original before your eyes. The glossy, glass-like translucent finish of acrylic highlights interesting details and creates a captivating three-dimensional effect.
Facemounted archival inkjet print structure:
1. Acrylic glass sheet
2. Image printed with pigment inks on photographic paper
3. Aluminum composite backing
Our pieces are printed with archival inkjet on photographic paper. This paper is inserted under acrylic glass, providing protection while allowing for a glossy glass-like finish.
The pigmented ink system offers fine printing in a wide range of colours, enhancing the subtleties of the artist's gesture as well as the vividness and depth of the image.
Each print is authenticated and offered as a limited edition, offering the buyer a valuable work of art.
How is this process different than other acrylic prints?
Our acrylic mounted archival inkjet prints offer superior picture quality since they are created with a high-resolution digital printer, twelve archival inks, and very high quality fine-art materials, as opposed to printing images directly on plexi, which is not nearly as accurate.
What is the lifespan of the print?
Archival prints are museum-quality prints made with fine pigment particles to produce stunning, high-resolution artwork. As the name implies, this printing technology produces artwork that is intended to persist without losing its colour, fading, or changing tones.
Unlike a traditional dye-based inkjet printer, which can generate bigger batches of work at once, this process concentrates on individual pieces and designs them to last. An archival print is designed to last a century — or longer. However, when inserted under acrylic, its lifespan is considerably longer as it is not in contact with the elements.