Fine Art Prints Face Mounted To Acrylic

In simple terms, acrylic prints are printed face-mounted to acrylic. Nearly all run-of-the-mill acrylic prints produced today use a common sticky film to simply “stick” the front of a print to a piece of acrylic. Our acrylic prints are not your run-of-the-mill options that are produced by many print labs throughout the Country. We have partnered with Reed Art & Imaging to be able to offer Diasec Acrylic prints. Reed Art & Imaging is the North American Leader in Diasec® production and the first to bring the licensing process to North America.

Diasec is a museum-approved method of print preservation and presentation.

A fine art print is sandwiched behind an acrylic glazing and another archival substrate. The adhesive used in a real Diasec is a silicon adhesive combined with a proprietary product that ensures a complete and permanent bond. Unlike sticky film-based acrylic face mounts that look similar, Diasec is engineered to never separate, peel, or fail. 

Diasec gel remains flexible after curing and simply will not separate from the acrylic. Facemounts have been around for over 50 years and genuine Diasec is the only technology proven to never fail. Period. 

Diasec Acrylic Print Mounting provides the extra smooth and extra pop visual benefits you will see. This is the premier presentation system for bringing detail, color and tonal range to life in a way that traditional photo framing cannot.

Our Diasec Mounted Trulife Acrylic Prints

Your fine art print will be Diasec mounted to 1/8″ UV protection, abrasion resistant TruLife® Acrylic glazing. Edges of the acrylic will be finished to a satin finish. A second 1/8″ backer will be adhered to the back of the print using archival adhesive creating a literal protective sandwich for the print. A metal float frame will be attached to the back allowing the piece to float away from the wall approximately 3/4″. Our acrylic prints are ready to hang the moment they arrive. 

Acrylic prints typically ship within 3-4 weeks to ship from time of order.

Anatomy of a Diasec
livingroom washed in gold acrylic copy