MUSEUM ALUMINUM MOUNTED PRINT
The Gold standard of Fine Art Printing, with lifetime no-fade guarantee!
A pigment paper print with archival rating of hundreds of years is laminated with a highly scratch resistant UV inhibiting overlay and then mounted to a sheet of aluminum. The colors are deep and rich with clean whites pure blacks. These pigment paper prints have been tested to last over 100 years behind standard glass in normal viewing environments. When put behind UV inhibiting glass or laminates the archival quality of these prints has been proven to last over 200 years!
Many artists are printing or mounting to aluminum because of the thin rigid profile and flat appearance. The most common aluminum print on the market is done with dye-sublimation, which is popular because of its low cost. Due to its many issues, we do not offer it as a museum grade print.
Tomas has experimented with all the available options for aluminum, but has found issues with all of them until now. After working closely with a professional photography and art printing lab, Tomas found the perfect museum grade, aluminum mount that has archival quality for hundreds of years and is very durable. This print comes with a lifetime no fade guarantee! If one of your Museum Aluminum Mounted Prints fade, Tomas will replace it at no cost to you! To learn more about the no fade guarantee and this print type click here!
This print also comes with two scratch resistant finish options, Glossy or Matte. Glossy is highly reflective and is best suited for locations that have little natural light and lit with overhead tracks lights. Matte is non-reflective and works great in rooms with lots of natural light from windows. Once your order has been placed we will contact you about which finish option you would like.
This print type is typically displayed with the museum float mount, and no frame is required. If you would like this print framed, see our Frame Options or contact us directly and we can help you pick out the perfect frame for your print.
For more information read this blog post on the Museum Aluminum Mounted Prints