Window Mounted Fine Art Prints
Artists and photographers — it’s time to get rid of your admin!
Just think how much more time you’d have to spend on creating, and how many more people you could reach, if you didn’t have to bother with printing, mounting and getting your artwork ready for retail…
How does it work?
I can take care of everything you need to get your image to your customer safely, from printing and mounting, to packaging the finished print in a self-adhesive print bag and sending it to your customer, complete with your own branded receipt.
My mounting process
Proper mounting protects your print from damage caused by temperature changes and humidity. I only use high-spec stock white core and conservation boards to ensure that the board doesn’t discolour over time.
The only Conservation Standard approved mountboard I keep in stock is Snow White but the colours above can be ordered in Conservation Standard. There are over 100 colour options available so if you don’t see what you need here, just ask.
Available mountboard colours:
- Snow White
- Ice White
- Bottle Green
- Charcoal Black
- Dawn Grey
- Soft Green
- Sage Blue
The most popular option is to have the print close mounted so there is no border between the mount and the print (please note that approximately 0.5cm of the print will be covered on each side). Alternatively the print can be mounted with a small border between the print and the mountboard.
Lots of folks prefer to have their print mounted to fit a standard size so that it’s ready to be popped into a ready-made frame they can pick up on the high street. Don’t worry if your print won’t work with a standard-size frame though — I can provide you with a custom-size, hand-crafted frame that won’t blow your budget.
Single or double mount
Some prints will look better with a single mount whereas some can carry a double. If you’re not sure which would look best I’d be happy to advise. With a double mount you have the choice of two mounts of the same colour or two different colours, depending on what would work better with your print.