ARCHIVAL + ALUMINUM + MUSEUM GRADE
Sublimation onto aluminum (also know as metal print) is a process of infusing dyes into a sheet of pre-treated aluminum via heat transfer. Sublimation is the process of going from a solid to a gas, back to a solid - skipping the liquid state. Once the dyes submerge underneath the surface, the process and complete and permanent. Archival up to 65+ years tested by Wilhelm imaging research.
Because the dyes are infused beneath the exterior coating through sublimation, the art is more durable than traditional paper and canvas imaging. The print is scratch resistant, wipeable, lightweight at only 13 lbs, and resistant against fire, chemicals and bacteria. No glass is needed for framing. All metal prints are printed in a Matte finish for minimal reflection.
All dye sublimation prints have my signature, the title and location of the photo infused on the back.