FINE ART PRINTS Print Information Steven Pressler’s fine art photographs are printed on digital archival Kodak Endura paper, which is considered one of the highest quality photographic papers currently available in the world and has to be seen to be believed. The quality of the paper is exceptional with very large gamut and an ultra high gloss metallic or mat appearance. It also has a strong resistance to light fading and with correct mounting and framing will last for many years without any signs of discoloration. After printing, your photograph is titled and hand signed by Steven Pressler. Its rolled and packed into a hard cylinder tube to guarantee safe delivery. Plexiglas In the printing business, face mounting is a process where you apply an optically clear adhesive to the face of the graphic/print then adhere the graphic to acrylic, otherwise known as Plexiglas. Once the print is adhered to the acrylic a secondary material like dibond or sintra is adhered to the back of the print to create a sandwich. Attaching a second substrate to the back of the print allows for aluminum slats to be adhered to the back so that the print can be displayed on a wall. Unlike traditionally framed prints, the aluminum slats that are attached to the back create space between the wall and the print making for a “floating off the wall” look. These glossy Acrylic-glass mounted prints raise the bar for astounding image quality, with a striking clarity of colors, deeper vibrant black tones and a seductive depth of contrast. The clarity is similar to traditional glass framing, if not better, since the print is pressed directly onto the glass with no space and no reflections in between. Acrylic-glass mounted prints are typically more expensive than other mounting styles, but are my personal favorite as they provide the upmost in stunning image quality and elegant artistic style.