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We are proud to offer our esteemed collectors three outstanding digital art printing options: Dibond, Diasec, and Canvas, all meticulously crafted to enhance and preserve your chosen artwork.

Opt for our Dibond printing if you seek a lightweight, yet resilient piece, perfectly suited to modern interiors with its sleek aluminum composite finish.

Meanwhile, our Diasec option guarantees a luxurious, high-gloss result that captures depth and clarity like no other, thanks to its face-mounting on acrylic glass.

If you prefer a classic feel, our premium Canvas prints convey the timeless charm of traditional painting, all the while retaining the sharpness and vibrancy of modern digital art.

Each piece, irrespective of the chosen print medium, undergoes a rigorous, professional printing process using archival quality materials and state-of-the-art techniques, ensuring durability and color retention. Post-printing, every artwork is subjected to a meticulous curation process, expertly handled by our seasoned team who strive to ensure your artwork is perfectly presented and ready for display, marking a seamless fusion of technology, craftsmanship, and art.



Smooth Finish

We use a smooth powder coated white Dibond® composite for our white metal prints. The composite is a rigid yet lightweight material, comprised of two sheets of rust proof white coated metal with a solid polyethylene core and is suitable for interior and exterior application. We print directly onto the surface with durable UV cured inks.

  • 3 mm

  • Smooth

  • White Powder Coated
Aluminium Hanging Mechanism

For sizes larger than A1, we attach an aluminium sub-frame for extra support.

The sub-frame allows the print to float 25 mm from the wall.


25 mm


Aluminium U-Channel



Diasec is an archival mounting and framing method.

It is the process of mounting and sealing a print between two substrates – acrylic glass and Dibond® - to create a rigid, high-quality, exhibition standard artwork.

The process was invented by Heinz Sovilla-Brulhart in 1969 and is still the preferred method of archival mounting across the globe.

How does it work?

Artwork is first printed onto a fine art paper.

The print is then face-mounted, image side up, to transparent acrylic glass (Perspex) using advance mounting techniques and a series of chemicals.

Adhesion of the print takes place chemically when two liquid components come into contact and thus leaves the print archivally sealed - dust and air free.

The back of the print is then mounted onto Dibond® - an aluminium and plastic composite sheet. Sandwiched between the acrylic glass and Dibond®, the print is left perfectly flat with a high-gloss finish.

What are the advantages of Diasec?

  • Unique light refraction properties emphasize colour contrast and detail

  • Colours are brilliant and the images appear sharper, due to the refraction properties of acrylic glass and the specialised adhesion process

  • The print is more resistant to harmful UV rays and discolouration;

  • The print is effectively protected against mechanical stress

  • Traditional framing isn’t necessary as a hanging mechanism is attached directly to the Dibond ® backing - which floats the artwork 25 mm from the wall

  • If you prefer a more contemporary framing look, the Diasec® mounted artwork can be fitted into a frame.

Aluminium Hanging Mechanism

For sizes larger than A1, we attach an aluminium sub-frame for extra support.

The sub-frame allows the print to float 25 mm from the wall.


25 mm


Aluminium U-Channel



Canvas Ready to Hang

Our canvases are extremely durable as they are printed with solvent inks on water resistant canvas. These prints have rich black and vivid colours and are ideal for photographic reproduction. The satin surface has a slight canvas texture, with extraordinary elasticity, making it ideal for stretching over a wooden stretcher bar.

  • 360 gsm

  • Slight

  • Natural White

  • Satin

  • Obeche Wood

  • Depth = 50 mm

Canvas Wrap Options

Canvas Wrap is the canvas border that extends over the edges of the wooden stretcher bar and is visible on the sides or can be left as a white border.

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