Rag Paper

The Rag Paper, also known as high quality cotton fiber paper, is made from used cotton cloth (rags) as the primary material, and is known to last hundreds of years without appreciable fading, discoloration, or deterioration. It has a characteristic, wonderfully soft feel, and boasts a lightly defined felt structure, lending each artwork a three-dimensional appearance and impressive pictorial depth. Combined with the matte premium coating, this paper produces outstanding prints that feature brilliant colors, deep blacks, striking contrasts and perfect reproduction of detail. This acid- and lignin-free classic meets the most exacting requirements for age resistance. 

Dye Sublimation Aluminum

The UV coated Aluminum prints are made by a process that turns archival ink into a gas, which is then pressed with high pressure and heat into the aluminum panel. Once cooled, the aluminum panel traps the gas and creates a brilliant image with superior durability, which offers scratch and chemical resistance. The images are infused to a 3/64" thick but lightweight aluminum panel that features a glossy coating and rounded edges. Resistant to fading, water, warping or cracking, these art prints are built to stand up to almost anything, indoors or outdoor, offering great value and flexibility for years to come.

Silk Sheet

The Silk Sheet is semi-transparent, and has a soft feel which can be considered more as a fabric than your traditional paper. It is made from 100% silk organza or habotai (10-millimeter), by binding silk fibers together to create a luxurious feel to touch, with a coating somewhere between a matte and glossy finish. On silk sheets, the colors remain vibrant, highlighting the smallest details while reducing shininess. These prints are permanent, lightfast and hand washable. Silk sheets are the ideal choice for highlighting premium works of art.

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