How to light your artwork?
Lighting your fine art print is important in order to enjoy the artwork at its best.
Here are our main tips:
Wall background and surroundings need to be taken into account (for example: wall colour, ceiling heights, furniture or lights around the artwork, etc.)
Prefer downlighting and dimmable leds
Place the lights in a way that avoids any reflection of the light on the artwork. It is recommended to place the lights approximately 30 to 45 cm away from the wall. Distance will determine
Either a homogeneous lighting and that will go beyond the photography
Or will help focusing on one specific part of the artwork
How to handle fine art prints?
We strongly recommend the use of cotton gloves when handling the print
Use care in handling printed material, do not rub the surface, as it is susceptible to abrasion
Avoid hanging the artwork in direct sunlight
Use and storage for paper prints:
- We strongly recommend the use of cotton gloves when handling the print
- Use care in handling printed material, do not rub the surface, as it is susceptible to abrasion
- Avoid hanging the artwork in direct sunlight
How to fill a blank wall?
A single image can be very impressive!
But how about a triptych? Or a gallery wall? A combination of prints can be a perfect alternative for big spaces, as well as for smaller walls.