Material Guide

We print in-house, which allows us to offer accessible prices, fast image proofing and production times, as well as accurate colour and substrate management on all of your projects.

We invest in the newest technology to produce quality pieces that are environmentally-friendly.



Acrylic prints are regular photographic prints covered in a clear acrylic resin. The acrylic is completely clear and makes colours and detail more vivid and vibrant.

The 'barely there' substrate is sleek, sophisticated and modern. Pump up the glamour and add an acrylic finish to your artwork.

Check out some of our Acrylic Printing options.




Metal prints are usually made with a UV-cured ink printed directly onto the metal surface. The surface then becomes a unique design element, as the white parts of the image fall away to reveal the brushed aluminum underneath. As a result, you get a cool, silver metallic finish and a 3D-like effect which makes it a great option for bold and abstract images. Metal is an incredibly versatile substrate, and perfect for vintage or historical imagery, as well as edgier and more modern shots.

Check out some of our Metal Printing options 




The natural beauty of wood gives artwork a rustic vibe while our modern printing technology will ensure it lasts for years to come.

Get a quote for a custom wood printing project.




Printer paper is simply paper that is designed for printing. Here are six common types:

  1. Regular Matte Paper
  2. Glossy Paper 
  3. Bright White Paper
  4. Photo Paper 
  5. Heavyweight Paper

There are also three different printing paper features:

  1. Coating 
  2. Brightness 
  3. Weight 




Canvas is durable and holds ink incredibly well. Our high quality canvas can take a few hits and still look great - no scuffs here!

A canvas print is an image printed from an inkjet printer onto canvas. Once printed, the canvas gets stretched onto a frame. Some opt for a frameless border. To create an unframed canvas print, many use a gallery-wrapping technique. During this process, the canvas is wrapped around the stretcher bars and secured to the frame.

Check out our Canvas Printing options.