Watch as ArtisanHD customer Andre Moreau receives his TruLife acrylic face mounted prints!
“Oh wow! I can tell the difference immediately – there’s no glare at all!”
-Andre Moreau, ArtisanHD Customer
Unwrapping his TruLife Acrylic Face Mounted Prints
What a great, authentic reaction to the vibrant colors of the face mounting, minus the typical reflective qualities of most acrylic materials. TruLife™ Anti-Reflective Acrylic is a specialized acrylic product developed specifically for face mounting prints, sometimes referred to as second surface mounting. It’s manufactured with an anti-reflective coating that eliminates distracting reflections or annoying glares that are associated with other acrylic plexiglass printing substrates.
To create the complete look, an HD photo paper is chosen to print the image on, such as ImageTech Photo Gloss, Austin Jet Silver paper, and Canon Matte photo paper. Then the photo is face-mounted to 1/8″ TruLife™ acrylic. Added bonus: TruLife™ Anti-Reflective Acrylic is also dust and scratch resistant!
Seeing is Believing!
As Andre mentions in the video, the unique surface virtually eliminates all glare, letting the brilliance of the colors and vivid images really shine through. See for yourself, the difference between traditional plexiglass and TruLife™ acrylic is very clear – pun intended!
To further customize acrylic face mounted prints, you can choose finishes like a salon mount (adds a 2″ border around your image), an aluminum museum back or a museum back. All options are seamless and chic.
Take Advantage of our Sitewide Sale through September 26th!
What will you bring to life and showcase in TruLife™ Acrylic face mounted prints? The best part is you can try it now at 25% off! Enter code 25SUMMER17 at checkout, then tell us what you think when you receive your print! But you have to act fast, our amazing 25% off sitewide sale ends Tuesday, September 26th at midnight!
As a digital media marketing professional, Glenna enjoys using her skills in social media and web marketing, video production, and photography to connect with audiences across the globe. With Artisan, she aspires to bridge the gap between the technical and creative minds involved in printing and photographic artistry. Check out her travel blog at https://gwhotravels.com/.