Even if you’re not an artist, framed artwork gives you the chance to play a role in the creative process. The frame and mats you choose can enhance the beauty of the photography or print while tying together the space that surrounds it by complementing the room’s décor and finishes.
- Moulding Options: Wood, Metal, Polystyrene, MDF
- Glazing Options: Glass, Acrylic, Museum Glass, etc.
- Mounting options
- Mats, Fillets, etc.
The classic look of conventional canvas has been adapted for a more contemporary world. No longer limited to playing host to hand-painted originals, today this versatile fabric can be printed with any art or photo. Unlike a traditional print, canvas captures the artist’s embellishments and brushstrokes to mimic the original piece and adds depth and texture to traditional photography. And because prints can wrap around the frames for a finished outer edge, canvases bring dimension to any wall when properly configured, upgrading your space with a gallery-like feel.
- Gallery Wrapped Canvas
- Image printed around edge
- Image mirrored around edge
- Black edge
- White edge
Solid Surface Prints
More captivating than framed prints, more modern than canvas, solid printing surfaces add another level of texture to an environment, engaging the viewers’ senses in exciting new ways. From acrylic and metal to wood and PVC, nontraditional substrates have become a favorite among interior designers and facility managers who desire an unexpected twist on traditional artwork.
Prints on Metal: The tough guy of the commercial art world, metal prints give artwork an edge with clean lines, a smooth finish and sharp, vivid colors. Typically produced from specially-coated sheets of aluminum, metal surface textures can vary from glossy to matte to best suit the imagery.
Prints on Acrylic: Acrylics enhance a contemporary image with crisp, clean edges and a luminous appearance. While they usually feature a vibrant, glossy finish to make the colors pop, they can be produced with a matte surface to better fit a specific space or reduce glare. Acrylics also allow light to pass through, creating a subtle, dimensional, and in some cases, a glowing effect. The thicker the acrylic, the more noticeable this eye-catching effect will be.
Prints on Wood: Wood substrates, such as plywood, fiberboard and bamboo, add the warmth of wood tones to an image and space. Graphics or patterns can either be printed directly onto or engraved into the prepared wood before the piece is coated with polyurethane to bring out the natural grain and boost its overall strength. Thanks to advances in manufacturing technology, today’s treated wood is resistant to moisture and cracking so it lasts for years to come.
Prints on PVC: No longer limited to pipes and siding, PVC has become the substrate of choice for those with high-traffic areas—especially in pediatric waiting rooms with curious kids. Incredibly durable and simple to clean, you can wipe away smudges, fingerprints and even crayon marks in seconds with a quick sweep of a clean rag. Plus, PVC is economical, allowing you to install large, visually-rich pieces within a limited budget.
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Digital Wall Coverings
Sometimes called digital wallpaper or supergraphics, digital wall coverings strongly convey any message—whether it’s emphasizing visual identity and branding, creating a calming effect, focusing attention on an inspirational quote, or promoting core values. Other facilities may use them for wayfinding or location identification. Printed on high-quality vinyl, decals can be custom cut into any shape, so you can apply your logo to a wall to reinforce your brand or install a floor-to-ceiling image for jaw-dropping impact.