Metal prints create a jaw-dropping presentation by infusing dyes directly into a specially coated aluminum sheet. Because the image is infused into the surface and not on it, images take on an almost magical luminescence. The ultra-hard scratch-resistant surface is waterproof/weatherproof and can be cleaned easily – just avoid continual direct sunlight.
Larger metal prints typically have a metal frame with wire hanger back (as pictured). Smaller metal prints may have a "float" hanger, or can include a stand if requested. All are ready to hang and need no further framing or mounting, and appear to float about an inch off the wall for a modern, classic, clean look. See below for an example.
Metal Prints are carefully packaged in a box and can be easily shipped. Custom sizes and larger sizes up to 40" x 60" are possible upon request. Please send me a message with any special requests or questions. I can probably do it!
A "Gallery Wrapped Canvas" is a stretched and ready-to-hang canvas printed on 408gram 18mil canvas. This is a beautiful canvas, with just the right amount of sheen once clear-coated with satin varnish, which shows the image perfectly. They are museum grade archival quality canvases. See below for an example of how Gallery wrapped canvases look from the front.
100% archival inks are used with a 12 color process for perfect color and black and white prints. These canvases are made to last beyond 125 years with Canon LUCIA EX pigment inks, and museum varnish.
Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints are carefully packaged in a box and can be easily shipped. Custom sizes and larger sizes are possible upon request. Please send me a message with any special requests or questions.
Matted photos are printed on professional quality photo paper and come with bright white acid-free matting (unless otherwise noted).
My photos are matted with a slight reveal and a signature on the bottom border of the photograph. Please note that as a result of the slight reveal the image itself will be slightly smaller than the mat window, but the reveal showcases the photo wonderfully.
They are packaged in a clear plastic sleeve, and carefully shipped.
I have a background in packaging and shipping, so I'm confident I can package and ship your print successfully and without damage.
Typically I use the USPS for most packages, but will always choose the carrier that I feel will get it there safest.
I've shipped hundreds of prints via USPS and have yet to have a single one damaged (knock on wood!).