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1/8" Glossy Acrylic Glass
1/8" Matte Acrylic Glass
1/4" Glossy Acrylic Glass
Aluminum Dibond
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Beautiful archival photo prints under a variety of carefully curated acrylic glass finishes – all with durable backing customizations.

  • Handcrafted in our state-of-the-art workroom
  • The finest pigment printers and curated papers
  • Glossy or metallic archival photo paper available
  • Glossy or matte finishes available
  • Ships in 5-7 business days
  • Prices starting at $66

Photo Paper

We use state-of-the-art pigment printers and finely curated papers for our archival photo prints. When mounted under acrylic glass, your image can be printed on one of the following papers:

Acrylic Prints Glossy Archival Paper

Glossy Archival Paper

  • 260 gsm / 10 mil thickness
  • Glossy finish: perfectly smooth & shiny surface
  • Bright white, resin coated paper base
  • Allows for deep saturation and a high d-Max
  • Archival, high-quality photo-paper
Acrylic Prints Metallic Archival Paper

Metallic Archival Paper

  • 260 gsm / 10 mil thicknesss
  • Metallic-Glossy finish: perfectly smooth & shiny surface
  • Pearl white, resin coated paper base
  • Excellent color gamut, ensures lush colors and a high d-Max
  • Ideal for both full color and black and white images
  • Archival, high-quality photo-paper

Acrylic Glass

Selecting the type of acrylic glass is an important step. Glossy or matte finish often comes down to a personal preference, the demands of the room it will occupy and the image itself:

Acrylic Prints Glossy Acrylic Glass

Glossy Acrylic Glass

  • Available in 1/8″ and 1/4″ thickness
  • Glossy finish
  • Excellent color depth and brilliance of detail
  • Perfect for exhibitions or gallery showings
  • Extra thick, perfectly clear and glossy finish
  • A high-end, premium aesthetic
  • Adds depth and intensity to your images
Acrylic Glass Matte Acrylic Glass

Matte Acrylic Glass

  • Available in ⅛” (3mm) thickness
  • Perfect alternative for those seeking a matte non-glare finish
  • Soft depth and well-balanced color depth
  • Helpful with dark images or spaces with distracting glare

Backer Options

While it will likely never be appreciated for the role it plays, choosing the right backer is nearly as important as selecting the right glass for your photographic display. Choose from one of two state-of-the-art backing materials ideal for every photograph.

Acrylic Prints Aluminum Dibond Backer

Aluminum Dibond

  • ⅛” (3mm) thickness
  • Composite aluminum with a polyethylene core
  • Modern, brushed finish
  • Stable and warp-resistant, a must for oversize prints
Acrylic Prints Sintra Backer

Sintra Board

  • ⅛” (3mm) thickness
  • Archival-quality PVC, UV & chemical resistant
  • Lightweight & durable
  • Cost effective
  • Perfect for semi-pros & hobbyists to display their work

Hanging Systems

Integrated wall mounts on the back of every acrylic photo make hanging your picture right out of the box a breeze. Depending on your photo size, you will be given an aluminum block mount or a full aluminum brace..

Acrylic Prints Full Aluminum Brace Hanging System

Full Aluminum Brace

  • Used for pieces 16”x20” and above
  • High-quality extruded aluminum 1”x1” square profile
  • Z-bar is included for secure wall mounting
Acrylic Prints Aluminum Block Mount

Aluminium Block Mount

  • Used for pieces smaller than 16”x20”
  • 6”x6” aluminum plate w/ sawtooth opening
  • MDF spacer block

Floater Frame

Strong and sturdy or minimalist and delicate, the frame of a picture is meant to not only be a means of securing a piece of art, it is meant to complement the art itself.

Acrylic Prints Floater Frame

Floater Frame

  • Ideal for acrylic glass, canvas and metal prints
  • Contemporary look leaves a small gap between the picture and the edge of the frame
  • Floating effect makes the artwork leap out of the frame for a dramatic finish


File Requirements

What type of file formats do you accept?

  • We accept the following file formats: JPG, JPEG, PNG, PDF, SVG

What's the max file size I can upload to your website?

  • The maximum file size that you can upload is 150MB. For larger file, head to the "File Upload" tab and contact one of our representatives of will be happy to assist.

What resolution do you require?

  • Ideally, you would like to have 180 DPI or higher. Our minimum acceptable DPI is 100 DPI, any lower and you will be given a warning if you would like to proceed and accept full liability for the quality of your print. Larger prints can have a lower DPI as they are meant to be viewed from a distance of at least 3-6 feet away.

How large can I print at full resolution with my image?

  • The print size at full resolution depends on the resolution of your image. Our team can assist you in determining the optimal print size.

What color profile should I use?

  • We recommend using the AdobeRGB1998 or sRGB color profiles for the best print results. If your photo is not assigned a color profile, the results will likely not reflect what you will expect. Be sure to embed the color profile when saving.


Image Preparation

How important is a calibrated monitor for preparing my files?

  • A calibrated monitor is crucial for accurate color representation and to ensure that your prints match what you see on screen. Most monitors aren't calibrated by default, resulting in high contrast, overly bright images that may not reflect the true colors of your photo. If you're serious about color accuracy, investing in a calibrated monitor is a great idea

What is the value of ordering test prints?

  • Ordering a test print allows you to see how your digital file translates to a physical print. It gives you the opportunity to adjust aspects like brightness, contrast, or color balance in your image before ordering a larger print. This step can save time and money in the long run.

What are input/output and printer profiles?

  • Input profiles are used to interpret the color information in your digital files. Output profiles tell our printers how to reproduce these colors accurately. Our printer profiles are highly calibrated and we re-calibrate them several times a year to ensure consistency and quality in our prints.

What is soft proofing?

  • Soft proofing is a technique used to simulate how your image will look when printed, using your computer monitor. This process helps you anticipate the final outcome of your print and make necessary adjustments in your digital file.

What is the shipping cost?

  • Size below 30"x40" (or 40"x30"): Free Shipping
  • Size 30"x40" (or 40"x30") and above: $200 flat shipping anywhere in continental US.