Our frames are available in barn-aged walnut, cherry, and quarter-sawn oak. The oak can be customized with a bleached white or jet-black finish. Check out the Process page for more sourcing information.
Depending on the installation, we source conservation clear acrylic or museum glass. The acrylic is lighter and has no chance of breakage, while the museum glass has no reflection.
Conservation Acrylic - 99% UV blocking, 92% light transmission, 3mm
Museum Glass- 99% UV blocking, 96% light transmission, 2.5mm.
All of our prints are made with Hahnemuhle Photo Rag paper. Popular amongst fine art photographers, the paper is made in Germany and is extremely resistant to aging, offering a life expectancy of several hundred years. Now that we’ve found this brand, nothing else will do.
We use an aluminum composite mountain board, usually referred to as “dibond”, consisting of 0.012” sheets of aluminum facers thermo-bonded around a solid polyethylene core. Dibond is often used in galleries, and its lightweight yet strong support makes it the perfect choice for our frames.
Epson’s UltraChrome K3 ink technology produces very fine tonal gradations and uses three levels of black ink density. Detail that is held back in shadows and highlights becomes more evident.
Please note the size we offer is the size of the paper on which the photo is printed, the rest is cut off. We calculate the price for the right proportion of the photo you buy.
If you purchase a print unframed, you will receive a high quality print rolled in a tube, as well as a certificate signed by the artist. Each print is available with or without a 5 cm border. The option without a border will have a 1.25cm margin, leaving enough room for a frame to be added later on if need be.