Mounting
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We use only the highest quality archival materials and methods at all levels of production. Our adhesives and laminates are optically clear and pH balanced with UV absorbers and stabilizers.

Face mounting is a technique that creates a permanent fusion between the face of a print and an acrylic material. The back of the print can be treated with a back mount.

Back mounting is a technique that creates a permanent fusion between the back of a print and one of the materials listed below.  The face is exposed and can be treated with either a face mount or a lamination, listed below.

Back mounting substrates:

                -Anodized Aluminum
                -Dibond
                -Museum Acrylic
                -Sintra
                -Archival Museum Board

*Substrates come in different thicknesses and colors.

Lamination:

                -Matte Lamination: Non-reflective finish with a subtle, tactile quality
                -Glossy Lamination: High-profile, ultra-reflective surface
                -Luster Lamination: Satin finish, lightly reflective, between glossy and matte
                -Lexan Lamination: A more stable, scratch resistant surface

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