The classic frame is made from high-quality wood, milled with simple clean lines and presented with a satin finish. This frame has a square profile measuring 20mm (front face) by 23mm (depth from wall). It is available in black, white, brown, silver, gold or natural.
The box frame is milled from solid ash, hand-stained and finished with a specialist wax to accentuate the grain. The frame has a box profile measuring 20mm (front face) by 33mm (depth from wall). It is available in black, white, brown or natural.
The gloss frame has a high-shine, lacquered finish creating a highly sophisticated look. The profile has a subtle curve and measures 39mm wide (front face) by 25mm deep (depth from wall). It is available in black or white.
The surface frame provides a subtle, contemporary surround. The frame is very thin, has a smooth satin texture and comes unglazed, with the image front mounted flush to the surface edge. It measures 5mm wide (front face) by 30mm or 50mm deep (depth from wall). It is available in black or white.
Fine Art Prints
Budget Art Paper (180gsm)
An affordable barrier coated poster paper perfect for volume projects that require the best quality art substrate at the most competitive price. Budget art paper is a smooth, bright white, all-purpose good quality paper with a matte finish.
Cold Press Watercolour Paper (315gsm)
A 100% cotton rag paper with a matte finish, offering a similar archival-standard performance to our Hahnemuhle photo rag paper but at a slightly lower weight. With a matte finish and a tight, highly textured surface resemblant of etching paper. This mid-white stock produces smooth skin tones and is well suited for premium portraiture and wedding photography.
Enhanced Matte Art Paper (200gsm)
A premium quality heavyweight fine art print material with a smooth, clean finish. This museum-quality paper is extremely consistent and works perfectly with large, full colour graphics or illustrations. The matte finish emphasises different highlights and tones in the source artworks; helping to create stunning works of art.
Hahnemühle German Etching (310gsm)
A heavy-duty paper with a more textured finish than photo rag, the velvety matte surface is optimised for high-contrast prints and works brilliantly for limited editions. The paper has a warm white hue providing a perfect surface for reproducing paintings, lithographs and fine art photography.
Museum Fine Art Paper (280gsm)
A gently textured etching paper designed for museum-quality reproductions. This beautiful and versatile art paper is particularly suited to giclée reproductions of artworks and paintings. Ideal for premium colour and monochrome prints.
Photographic Art Prints
Budget Photo Paper (170gsm)
An economical lustre poster paper with a high white, satin finish and smooth microporous coating for accurate photo reproduction. The smooth, satin finish and wide colour gamut make this an excellent substrate for posters and professional photographs.
Hahnemühle Fine Art Pearl (285gsm)
A specialist photographic paper ideally suited to black and white reproductions requiring a silver gelatin, C-type pearl finish. With a delicately textured smooth and silky feel, this substrate meets the highest industry standards regarding density, colour gamut, colour graduation and image sharpness, while preserving the special touch and feel of genuine art paper.
Hahnemühle Photo Glossy (260gsm)
A bright, high-gloss paper with an ultra smooth surface. Wide colour gamut and micro-porous coating results in pro-lab quality reproductions. Particularly popular with consumer photographers due to the flat finish and high-gloss sheen.
Hahnemühle Photo Lustre (260gsm)
This specialist photo paper has a semi-gloss, velvet finish and guarantees long-lasting, fade-resistant prints. The paper has a deeper colour saturation than matte paper. It’s thicker than traditional consumer papers and is more resistant to fingerprints and smudges.
Metallic Gloss (280gsm)
A beautiful textured finish on a heavyweight silver resin coated paper resembling the look and feel of a metallic surface. Achieves incredible detail with a great tonal range and is especially suited for black and white colour photography. The metallic finish offers an almost 3D effect which makes it a great choice of substrate for landscape photography.
Lustre Photo Paper (240gsm)
A premium photographic paper with a satin lustre finish and subtle pearl-like texture. Supporting deeper colour saturation than matte papers, this stock produces impressive colour depth and strikingly intense blacks.
Hahnemühle Photo Rag (308gsm)
A heavy-duty matte paper made of 100% cotton rag with a natural white tone and excellent black saturation. It has a soft texture with a lightly defined felt structure. This paper produces very high-quality print reproductions.
Smooth Photo Rag (285gsm)
A matte 100% cotton rag paper offering a similar archival-standard performance to the Hahnemuhle photo rag paper but at a slightly lower weight. It has a smooth, highly calendered surface. This mid-white paper produces smooth, natural skin tones and is well suited for premium portraiture and wedding photography.
Acrylic / Perspex
Acrylic, also known as Perspex or Plexiglas, offers several benefits over glass including that it is shatterproof, lighter weight than glass, more optically pure that glass (while having the same UV-filter and non-glare features) and it is an excellent thermal insulator. However, it can scratch more easily, it tends to attract dust due to its static electric properties, it is susceptible to bowing because it is not as stiff as glass, and it is more expensive to produce than float glass.
Float glass is a sheet of glass made by floating molten glass on a bed of molten metal. The process is also known as the Pilkington process, named after the British glass manufacturer Pilkington, which pioneered the technique in the 1950s. Float glass is the most widely used form of glass in consumer products, due to both its high quality with no additional polishing required and its structural flexibility during production.
Tru Vue Museum Glass
Tru Vue Museum Glass is premium glass that virtually eliminates reflections. It blocks up to 99% of UV rays and has offers optimal light transmissiont that brightens colours. The glass coating offers better durability and easier cleaning that other surfaces, with no rippling effect.
1.4mm, 2.0mm and 3.2mm depth
Mounts are typically offered in three depth sizes (although some products mdo not offer all options). All mounts are “conservation grade”, FSC certified, 100% acid free, and will not discolour or fade with age.
The mount width size depends on the size of the frame. Frames that are 10x10” or below have a 1” mount. Frames that are 11x15” or below have a 1.5” mount. Frames that are 12x16” or above have a 2” mount.
All prints are robustly packaged.
Photographic prints are flat-packed in individual packets.
Unframed fine art prints are hand rolled in protective tissue paper and then shipped in extra thick cardboard tubes unless they are A4 or smaller and being delivered in the UK or mainland Europe (in which case they are shipped in thick cardboard envelopes).
All framed and canvas prints are wrapped in a protective sleeve with individual plastic or cardboard guards added to each corner. Additional cardboard is secured over the print surface to minimise the risk of breakages or transit damage. Each print is then shipped in a heavy duty cardboard box.
Budget shipping has slower delivery times than standard shipping and is typically sent using an untracked service (although all US orders are tracked).
Standard shipping may be tracked or untracked for most print on demand products, depending on destination.
Express shipping is typically with a courier, will be tracked and will be a fast, premium service.
Given the personal customization of orders, we are unable to accept returns. If the product has a defect, we will do our best to resolve the problem.