Acrylic Face-mount Photos
Acrylic face-mounts are one of the most impressive ways to display large photos. The photos look brighter and have a more brilliant and sharper looking image than traditional framing because of the way the light refracts through the acrylic glass.
Acrylic is 5 times the strength of regular glass and only half the weight.
Because acrylic face-mount photos are frameless, they have a modern look and are suited to a wider range of backgrounds and walls where other frame types must be matched in colour, frame thickness and frame type to suit their wall or surrounding interior. Acrylics can be taken with you if you move to a new house or they can be moved to a different room in the house with no problem of it not matching the surroundings.
Prints are merged onto an acrylic glass sheet which protects the print and if displayed correctly is expected to last for over 50 years. They can suit any backdrop and room interior and
Proudly made in Australia, photos are printed on acid free, archival grade professional photographic media and sealed image is protected from elements such as moisture in the air, temperature and humidity changes and the acrylic filters out most of the harmful UV light from the sun
Fun fact: The most expensive photo ever sold was an acrylic face-mount titled Rhein II by Andreas Gursky which sold in auction in 2011 for $4.3 million.
A hidden aluminium hanging system is attached to the back of the acrylic which allows easy hanging and creates an approximate 20mm space between the photo and the wall producing an impressive floating effect.