At the beginning, I limited myself to ‘standard’ formats, which could easily be printed on A3 + (glossy premium paper), but this has become ‘frustrating’. I therefore give up this ratio for more specific sizes for every creation. It is now difficult for me to propose ‘generic’ tariffs and list them for each medium. Also, I stopped printing on the A3 +.
However, the prices vary according to the dimensions and the support chosen, the addition of a frame… The least expensive prints are those on tarpaulins, Forex and on canvas. The most expensive are those under matt Plexiglas.
If you are interested, contact me and indicate the creation, where you live, the dimensions and the support that you desire and I will prepare a quotation for you.
Deliveries (possible in the EU, and many other countries including the USA) are made at the buyer’s home. The invoice/certificate of authenticity is sent by e-mail.
Two particular supports: Forex and printing under mat acrylic glass
Free from toxic components such as formaldehyde or plasticisers, the rigid high-tech foam board is hardly flammable and allow easy suspension even in the kitchen. Also suitable for bathrooms or outdoor areas protected from rain, because direct printing is very resistant to moisture: our colours are reinforced with UV light and like the Forex® plate itself, resistant to rain ’water.
Suspensions: plastic hooks (small sizes) or aluminium rails
Under matt acrylic glass: a shine without reflections
The matt surface of the premium acrylic glass makes marks and reflections that can be more or less intense on a glossy surface. So you do not have to worry about choosing the right lighting for your work. The advantages of counter adhesive acrylic glass are known: an impressive depth effect, ultra-clear details and bright colours. This variant presentation also appeals to fans of black and white photographs and portraits. Compared to its glass equivalent, acrylic glass is extremely resistant and naturally protects your photo from UV rays.
The photo print is laminated on a 3 mm thick Dibond aluminium panel. Next, the laminated image is sealed under a matt acrylic glass with elastic silicone.
Suspensions: aluminium rails.