THE PRESERVATION OF FRAMED ARTWORKS IS ONE OF OUR SPECIALITIES AT IMAGEBANK AUSTRALIA
Poor-quality picture framing materials is one of the most significant risks to a framed artworks and prints. Whether it be art, family photos or memorabilia, we recommend backing, mounting or glass does not carry acids as this may cause damage to fine art prints. We have some straight forward printing tips to help prevent and slow down the damage. We have solutions and print techniques to protect, from bugs, mould and UV light Damage. Consider your environment when selecting a print finish; perspex picture framing is one of the best for extreme environments.
CONSIDER YOUR PRINT FINISH; PERSPEX PICTURE FRAMING, GLAZING AND UV REQUIREMENTS FOR PRESERVATION OF FINE ART PRINTS.
At Imagebank Australia, we like to think about the long term survival of artwork in tropical conditions to Australian harsh UV light. Tropical and damp environments or high UV Australian light can destroy valuable artworks in a matter of years. Moisture tends to cause movement and deterioration of paper and canvas. Imagebank Australia has come up with ways to slow down this process. One of the better options is glazing with Perspex picture framing. Perspex or acrylic glazing, instead of glass is beneficial for several reasons besides environmental preservation. It’s much lighter than glass for larger artworks. Perspex picture framing is also hard to break or damage, making it much more manageable for shipping. Perspex can also be used instead of glass with matboards or spacers.
PERSPEX OR ACRYLIC APPLIED DIRECTLY TO FINE ART PRINTS WILL NEVER MOULD AND CREATES AN AIRTIGHT ENVIRONMENT TO PROTECT ARTWORKS.
Perspex or acrylic applied directly to artworks with composite backing adhered directly to the artwork or print becomes airtight, therefore preserving the digital artwork or print. Not only is this the best way to preserve photography prints or digital artworks, but it can also be framed in the traditional sense. Perspex picture framing looks almost 3D with the crystal clear water finish. Luminous and crystal clear why not try this print format when next printing, Contact Imagebank Australia for more information.
If you would like to talk to one of our print professionals about Perspex Picture Framing or anything else please Contact Us.
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