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Wall done photography

Pure paper with 5 cm border. Mounted on dibond with fittings on its backing. Print size 60 x 50 cm.
  Photography by Bart & Silvia Pogoda

We recommend this option as the simplest and most robust of all the ready to hang options. This solution is usually used in galleries and for exhibitions. It fully exposes all the valours of the print, since it is not protected as in the case of pleximounting or frame mountings. In choosing this option, you should remember that the surrounding environment (such as dampness, lighting) will have an effect on the photograph; however, our experience tells us that, unless the photograph is directly exposed to sunlight and dampness, it will retain its pleasing appearance for many years. To allow for easier hanging, two light, hard aluminium strips are attached to the plate. If you would like some extra protection for the photograph corners, we would advise you to frame them. A frame will add to the esthetic value by creating a sensation of floating. The distance between the mounting and the wall will make the overall appearance more attractive. Unlike foam, Dibond is a material that is not subject to twisting, or or any other deformations, and has the advantage of being both strong and light, which is why it is often chosen for commercial use.


Archival photographic C-type prints are made by exposing light onto paper which is then developed and washed using traditional techniques. The process offers the artist the feel and quality of a photographic print with the creativity and consistency that can only be achieved from a digital process.We use Lightjet printers to expose a range of Kodak and Fuji Crystal archive papers.

Depending on the size of the photograph, we use two types of paper:

  1. Print size 100 x 120 Fujicolor
    Crystal Archive DP II
  2. Print size: 120 x 160 Kodak
    Professional Ultra Endura

The new Ultrachrome K3 archival inks and a large range of papers have made inkjet prints an alternative to photographic printing that offers increased flexibility. The eight ink colour set produces very fine tonal graduations and black and white prints use three levels of black ink density. Detail is held in highlights and shadows reveal more detail and produce denser blacks up to a DMax of 2.3.

We use two kinds of paper:

  1. Museo® Silver Rag™
  2. Museo® Portfolio Rag™
Print sizes

Keep in mind that the size we offer is the size of the paper on which the photo is printed, the rest is cut off. However our system calculate the price for the right proportion of the photo you buy, which is fair.

Print sizes:

  1. 40 x 30 cm
  2. 50 x 40 cm
  3. 60 x 50 cm
  4. 70 x 60 cm
  5. 80 x 70 cm
  6. 100 x 80 cm
  7. 120 x 100 cm
  8. 160 x 130 cm

You can choose to have the photograph printed with, or without a 5 cm border. The option without the border will have a 1,25 cm margin, which will easily leave enough room for you to frame the photo if you decide to do so.


Dibond is a compound material made up of multiple constituent parts. However, Dibond is comprised specifically of two 0.012" aluminum facers thermobonded to a solid polyethylene core. Dibond is lighter than aluminum, yet at the same time is engineered to retain its superior flatness and will not "oil can" or bow like solid aluminum sheet. It is used for mounting fine art prints and in construction of trade show materials. In both cases the high stability at low weight is important for portability and ease of mounting reasons.


Hand made German frame. Floater Frame – design for dibond mounted and plexi mounted pictures. Available in 4 colors: black, dark brown, anthracite, white. Frames are made of aged maple wood and coated with water based and non-toxic varnishes.

Available in one size 10 x 50 mm.