For your friend who loves to see live music or your grandma who met your grandpa dancing the night away at the Aragon. The perfect design for everyone who has ever been to this historic theater.
This double exposure style photography collage is now available to be printed on your choice of products below:
The black design on wood gives the impression of branding, the image becomes part of the wood and allows the grain to show through. A great texture to add to any living space that mixes metal and wood. Available in three sizes, select from 6", 8" or 12" square. The wood panels have keyhole slots drilled for easy hanging. The panels are also completely waterproof and heat safe and can be used as a functional hot plate as well as decorative wall art.
Image is sublimated on canvas fabric and wrapped around 1" thick gatorboard for easy and lightweight hanging. Hardware and instructions are included for one step hanging
The design is sublimated on a coated ceramic tile and backed by a cork square for the safety of your tabletops. The ceramic tiles are standard wall tiles and can be mounted in a kitchen or bathroom after removing the cork backing. A light safe sealant is recommended once the tiles have been installed and grouted.
Full color digital prints on RCP Supreme resin-coated paper with a smooth satin surface that minimizes fingerprints. Prints come mounted in a beveled mat ready for framing.
Size options as follows:
- 4" print in an 8" square white mat
- 8" print in a 12" square white mat
- 8" print in a 12" square black mat
All designs are printed using a process called dye sublimation. I use sublimation inks and transfer the image to the wood panel using a heat press. At the high temperatures, the ink solids turn to a gas and are absorbed into the coating of the wood. Once the piece cools, the inks are trapped inside and the image becomes part of the material. Since nothing is printed on the surface, this image is completely heat safe and water proof and can be used as a hot plate as well as decorative wall art.