Fine art prints are available in three, state-of-the-art options:


Dye-Sublimation Metal Print

Sublimation onto metal is a new, cutting edge, way to reproduce an image. Sublimation itself is the process of going from a solid, to a gas, and back to a solid - skipping the liquid state. The image is first printed onto a transfer paper and then is adhered to pretreated aluminum. The aluminum and transfer paper are placed into a custom heat press, which is heated to temperatures exceeding 380 degrees Fahrenheit. While being subjected to extreme heat and pressure, the dyes from the transfer paper turn into a gas, are pressed into the surface of the metal, and then solidify into the treated aluminum. As the dyes cool they are permanently infused beneath the surface of the metal substrate.

Archival - 65+ years before fading.
Scratch Resistant - Dyes are infused beneath the exterior coating through sublimation. This makes it more durable than traditional paper and canvas imaging because it can’t be scratched or peeled off the surface.
Fire Retardant - Sublimated aluminum holds up against high heat. Necessary for specific corporate and public environments.
Easy to Clean - No need to worry about fingerprints or blemishes. Cleaning is as simple as a microfiber cloth and household cleaner. This makes these prints perfect for public spaces and other high traffic areas.
Light Weight - While extremely rigid and durable, the 90% recycled aluminum material used is light weight and easy to hang. Even the largest of pieces are incredibly light. A 40x60” panel weighs approximately 13lbs.
Metal prints are finished with modern float mounts, ready to hang  (.75” anodized aluminum inset 1” from the edge to provide a ‘floating’ aesthetic. Overall print sits about 1” from the wall.)


Lustre Photo Print

Lustre prints are ultra high quality, archival photo prints. They are created using the latest printers on the market, producing a smooth, high gloss finish.

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Watercolor Paper Print

Printed on thick stock paper (330GSM), watercolor paper offers a timeless and sophisticated look. These archival prints are non-reflective, and have a slightly textured, fine-art finish.

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