FRAMING

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FLOW has its own framing workshop. We can advise on all forms of mounting, framing and display. From one offs frames to entire exhibitions FLOW can help you by advising and supplying the highest quality mounting and framing.

In addition to providing all types of mounting and framing we offer exhibition curation. This is an advisory service in which we can help you with the following:

  • Print selection.
  • Framing method.
  • Installation and display.
  • Marketing and related materials.

Included in our range of framing services are:

  • Genuine Diasec mounting - a licensed method of mounting prints to aluminium and facing them with Perspex. There are other versions available but none of these are made using the genuine Swiss developed Diasec method.
  • Archival dry mounting - mounting prints to rigid sub straights using materials that will not deteriorate over time and which will allow the release of the original print free of damage.
  • Foamcore and Foamex mounting - an inexpensive mount-to-substrate method ideally suited to displays and signage.

We know how helpful it can be to have a partner working with you to get the most from your show. Costs for this service can often be included in the price of printing so please don’t hesitate to ask us about this.


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