Framing Recommendations

Please find my recommendation for framing your limited edition photographic print ~

Your archival pigment print on fibre rag paper includes a signed Certificate of Authenticity. 

I highly recommend that you use a professional and exceptional quality framer for your artwork to ensure that your print is presented in the best way possible. 

Your print should be dry-mounted onto acid-free, clay-coated adhesive backing with a black open-grain oak frame, or use kapa mount (either 20mm x 40mm for small/medium or 27mm x 44mm for larger), with black stained timber spaces, 15mm-20mm.

I like to frame my works with full bleed, edge to edge, which means the white border (for framers handling) will either be cut off or hidden under the frame and not be seen, as I feel that the white border can be distracting. 

I recommend a shadow-boxed design with an utra-clear, UV filtering invisible glass which offers full colour transmission and exceptional reflection-free viewing, which is vital for works of this darker nature. For larger works where glass is too heavy, I recommend you choose a non-reflective acrylic. 

To prevent any bowing or condensation to your wooden frame, please do not place your artwork in direct sunlight, above a fireplace or near a heater or air conditioning unit.