Photographs behind plexiglass, an original and modern way to display photography. 

The image is printed with pigment inks on a fine Epson paper and glued to the back of the plexiglass. This technique produces a very good grayscale, and is therefore particularly appropriate for black and white images. The archive durability for an image behind plexiglass is similar to a photograph produced by traditional methods, that is to say, 70-100 years under normal light conditions indoors.

We use 60-10 mm thick plexiglass, depending on size. To supend them, you can choose between an aluminum spacer, holes in the upper corners for wire-hanging or holes in all corners for direct mounting.


The images on the right and top left, photo: Hans Wretling.
The image bottom left, photo: Peter Muller. 

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