MOUNTING

Archival mounting practices are key in the protection and presentation of your fine artworks. Face-mounting options provide protection from dirt, dust and UV rays. Back-mounting options provide stability and allow your artwork to be properly displayed.
We use the highest standard of conservation at our studio in Sydney. Our expert craftsmen tailor a unique and specific approach to suit your mounting needs from Diasec-style mounting to frame-less presentations and museum boxes.

 
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PHOTOGRAPHIC mountING

There are varied options for photographic mounting. We recommend Dibond aluminium composite as a more archival method of mounting photographic prints. Alternative to this is Gatorboard substrate and Foamcore substrate.

Mounting to archival mat board is also an option.


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ACRYLIC Face mountING

For Duraclear prints, photographs, and posters with a gloss finish, face mounting is a premium archival mounting solution. The Face-mounting process involves the work being sandwiched between clear acrylic and a Dibond backing using an optically clear adhesive film for results with great depth, colour saturation and brightness.

 

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Block mountING

Block mounting is a cost effective solution suitable for posters and photographic prints ready for display. The process allows for a clean and minimal presentation of your images. Prints may be mounted onto a substrates including Dibond, Alupanel, Foamboard and Gatorboard. Block mounts may also be framed to further preserve and protect your images.