FINE ART METAL PRINTS
A new level of elegance
About Metal Prints
Eliminating the need for frames, metal prints are a modern medium for exhibiting landscape photography by infusing dyes into the surface of specially coated aluminum sheets.
The metal print has a frame mounted out of view on the back, which gives the print the effect of floating out away from the wall for a light modern look.
We also have the option of Flush Mount frames for a more traditional timeless look and are recommended for larger size prints.
The color suspended in the special print surface has a rich, vivid luminance which make the photos seem to pop off the wall. The high gloss surface gives the photographs unparalleled depth and brilliance.
No costly framing
These edge to edge prints have a clean and elegant look which eliminates the cost of traditional photo framing.
The lightness of the aluminum, and the simplicity of the mounting hardware, makes hanging easy.
As the years go by, your metal prints will remain as visually stunning as the day they were created. Your images are infused directly into the metal, making it 100% water resistant and easy to clean with your favorite glass cleaner.
While photo papers have fantastic image stability, Xenon Light Stability Testing results show that the image stability of Metal Prints is 2 to 4 times the image stability of traditional silver based photo papers.
The archival value of the metal prints exceeds other mediums due to their resistance to degradation by U.V. light, ozone exposure, moisture and surface damage.
Metal Prints will last for generations when displayed indoors and out of direct sunlight. Like all fine art prints, these metal prints should not be exposed to direct sunlight or high temperatures.
Our Metal Prints are available in either a Gloss or Semi-Gloss finish.
Gloss: Brilliant white high gloss surface for unsurpassed detail and vibrancy.
Semi-Gloss: Similar color intensity and detail as our Gloss option, with reduced glare. This is ideal for locations with bright lighting, such as a window facing the image.