Can I get my artwork framed?
We can arrange framing. What's great about this is that your artwork will arrive ready to hang. You wouldn't want a print rolled up under your bed for months because you don't have time to investigate other framing options.
Our framing is top quality, and we're not just saying that. The materials we use you'd see in a public gallery.
How long does it take to frame my Artwork?
Once you have placed your order, our Laboratory will start the printing process (usually less than 3 days). After the Print has been approved, it goes to our Framers. This can take up to 5 working days. The art will then be securely packed up and picked up for delivery.
Usually, this process takes about 10-14 days from the moment of ordering to delivery at your doorstep (National-Mexico) a bit more (International- Rest of the World). We will keep you up to date on the status of your order at all times.
What frames do you offer?
The three colors of frame we offer are WHITE, BLACK, and SILVER. Each frame is made of high-quality polyurethane.
Are you able to offer frames other than those displayed on the website?
We offer unique framing options on request. To order a bespoke frame or talk through the options, send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at +52 (998) 688 6645
What kind of mounting is available?
In the picture framing industry, a mat (or matte, or mount in British English) is a thin, flat piece of paper-based material included within a picture frame, which serves as additional decoration and to perform several other, more practical functions, such as separating the art from the glass. We use two types of mounting: float mounts (we tape the work to the back, so it looks like it is floating over) and window mounts (we create a window from which the work appears). If you have a preference though, just let us know.
Do the frames come with glass?
We only use acrylic glazing instead of glass. Acrylic looks just as good and it's less breakable.
Do you frame canvases?
Yes, we offer two options for framing canvases.
The first option is to have the canvas stretched, the process of mounting the canvas onto a wooden frame. A stretched canvas is ready to hang without a frame and celebrates the artwork with a simple finish.
For an alternative finish, the standard frame we offer for stretched canvases is a floater frame. Floater frames are great for a smart and clean look as shown on the left below.