Di Bond. High quality material for photographic presentations.
Its width of 3mm (photo 02) makes it virtually invisible and totally rigid even in its largest dimensions of 1,5 x 3,00m.
In its back side we place rods to help hanging, 2 or 4 according to size, (photo 01) which also distance the photo from the wall for 1cm (photo 03).
The lamination of the photograph adds further protection against scratches, scuffing and finger prints, while it becomes waterproof.
Forex. An adhesive material in many widths to serve the purpose of the work.
Its width of 2-3mm is bendable enough to form a curve, a characteristic that makes it suitable for specific works.
Resistant to moisture and able to withstand difficult weather conditions. When the width though exceeds 2-3 cm, its weight increases and causes hanging problems.
Kappa Fix. The most known and oldest adhesive material for photographs.
A light material that is easily cut but also bends easily, especially in large dimensions. There are two qualities of different price, depending on the work we want to do.
K-FIX with grey foam core. Its aluminium strengthened Kapa board allows for longer endurance. It can be in two main widths of 5mm and 10mm, according to the work we have to do.
K-LINE with white foam core. Appropriate for small size works but with short longevity. Available in two main widths of 5mm and 10mm, according to the demands of the work. Delivered with a hanging hook behind (central photo).
Plexiglass, an acrylic transparent material that is often used instead of glass since it is lighter and more durable. Its transparent quality can give solution where other materials fail to do so.
Available in two widths:
3mm Plexiglass + 3mm Black PVC, together with hanging rods
8mm Plexiglass + 3mm Black PVC, together with hanging rods
The photograph is mounted on the back of the Plexiglass with the use of an invisible double sided film. It renders an impressive three dimensional material.
Passepartout is a technique where the classic meets the modern and its use suits all cases. The pure photographic concept of placing a frame around a photograph in a modern plain use. A technique suitable for fine art papers where the visual appeals of photographs are enhanced. With its use we can escape from the standard photographic sizes.
A large range of colours and surfaces that can be presented either without or with wood frames and glass, offering as such a more economical solution for exhibitions.
Passepartout of a width of 2mm white cutout and mounted on cardboard or MDF 4mm. The passepartout width can be from 2,5cm, 5cm, or 7,5 in every side. Final dimensions from 25x35cm to 79x100cm.