Splitting wall art into different pieces offers a unique display option for a single photo or an entire art collection. With two dozen wall collage combinations, including the most popular triptych (one picture split into three), this art gallery display option is an excellent choice for any wall.
Triptych, Diptych Splits & Wall Art Gallery Clusters
Starting at $27.23 per sq. ft.
Customize your photo collection.
Create a unique photo or art gallery display with ArtisanHD’s cluster and split wall art collages. Clusters are multiple images, printed on different panels. Splits are one image, cut into multiple shapes and/or sizes. Choose from over 20 art gallery configurations, including squares, triptychs, and parquets.
Images can be printed with our TruLife™ Acrylic Face Mounting, Plexiglass Acrylic Face Mounting, Dibond® Metal Prints or Sintra Direct to Board Prints.
Your cluster or split combination will be reviewed by a professional print artisan to ensure the best print quality possible. All hanging hardware is included, along with a hanging pattern for easy installation of your new, totally unique wall art gallery.
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Triptych vs. Diptych For Photo Splits
One of the most popular ways to display art that’s both unique but also provides a visual consistency you’d expect is to split the photo or painting up into two (diptych) or three (triptych) sections. When choosing the type of split or cluster that works for your walls and space, you have several options to choose from, each with their own advantages.
Perfect for long blank walls that need a unified decor or design element, splitting a photo up into long shorter rectangles is a great choice.
Ideal for tall walls that may or may not span multiple floors, narrow splits create a unifying decor element that draw the eyes up and down and capitalize on the tall blank space you’re filling.
Parquet (Nonuniform) Splits
Whether it’s for effect or style, not every square/rectangle of a split has to be the same size and change in number – varying sizes adds a dynamic element to standard photos or paintings
Art Clusters (Collages) vs. Splits
A cluster of art, also referred to as a collage, contains different photos or art pieces that are arranged to complement one another while a split is a single photo or image that has been split up into different pieces.
Popular Art Clusters For The Home
With so many cameras and memories, it’s easy to amass a trove of wonderful photos you’d like to share on your wall. Photo clusters allow you to display your favorite photos in one space so you can enjoy several of the many photos you love without taking up an entire wall.
Diptych & Triptych Splits For Any Wall
Having one gigantic photo is both cumbersome to hang and maintain and locks you into a set amount of wall space. Diptych & triptych splits give you the ease and flexibility of smaller pictures while still providing the size and beauty you want on your wall.
Have questions about our clusters or splits?
Feel free to call us directly at 1 (877) 948-0009 or email us at Support@ArtisanHD.com.
Watercolor Paper Fine Art PrintsRated 5.00 out of 5Starting at $15.25 per sq. ft.
Dibond® Brushed Metal Aluminum PrintingRated 4.92 out of 5Starting at $35.64 per sq. ft.
Acrylic Print EncapsulationRated 5.00 out of 5Starting at $52.40 per sq. ft.
Customized Acrylic Plexiglass Face MountingRated 5.00 out of 5Starting at $36.43 per sq. ft.
TruLife™ Non-Glare Acrylic PrintsRated 5.00 out of 5Starting at $47.52 per sq. ft.
Keith Robinson –
Shoutout to ArtisanHD for the amazing production quality of my latest pieces. These are from a trip to the slot canyon lands last year. As usual, it’s always great to work with such a wonderful team from start to finish!”
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Julie Estrada –
Thank you so much for sharing, Keith! Great choice going with the split print. That is going to make such a unique wall piece!
Gary Musgrave –
My fiancé (an interior designer) recently worked on an install at the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association office in Santa Fe. Here is a shot of the triptych antelope split print that Artisan did for me. I wanted to thank you again for doing such a great job!
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