Images are generated from digital scans or images and printed with archival quality inks onto various substrates including canvas, fine art paper, and photo paper. The giclee printing process provides better color accuracy than other means of reproduction.
Create a modern piece of art with an aluminum finish from your favorite digital image. Modern, sleek and no glass required. The art is printed directly to the aluminum and then given a UV protective finish.
A very modern and cutting edge framing option for art. The face is adhered to plexi-glass and can be backed with Aluminum, Bamboo, or even another piece of plexi. Also available in the Anti-reflective Museum Plexi finish. You provide the digital image and we can print it for you. If you already have the print, for best results, this requires a “super-gloss” image.
Colorplak is an alternative picture framing process where your image is dry mounted onto Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) and then sealed under heat and pressure with 80% UV protective matte finish vinyl lamination and finished with a beveled edge in your choice of over 30 colors. The final result is a non–glare, easy to clean, professional looking product.
Acrylic display cases are an illuminating way to treat art, memorabilia and documents. Sometimes a frame gets in the way. Being able to see something in 3 dimensions is definitely a benefit of plexi-boxes. Please see some of the examples we have on our FaceBook photo albums.
Is the practice of restoring the appearance of a digital copy of a physical photograph which has been damaged by natural, man made, or environmental causes or simply affected by age or neglect. Digital photograph restoration uses a variety of image editing techniques to remove visible damage and aging effects from digital copies of physical photographs.
Old paper can often be revitalized and repaired by giving it something sturdy to support it. Linen backing offers a unique opportunity to breathe life into torn, broken or mangled old news paper clippings, maps and vintage movie posters.
Restoration is a process that attempts to return the work of art to some previous state that the restorer imagines was the "original". Art conservation can involve the cleaning and stabilization of art work.