Category Archives: picture mounting

Picture mount over-cuts and undercuts

What exactly is an over-cut or undercut picture mount? What is it that creates these effects? How do you stop them from occurring? What level of under/over cut is acceptable? An over-cut picture mount An over-cut refers to a picture … Continue reading

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Creating a Multi-Aperture Picture Mount

A multi-aperture picture mount is a mount that has multiple openings to accommodate more than one picture in the same mount (and ultimately in the same picture frame). It can be used to group similarly themed photographs or pieces of … Continue reading

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Conservation mounting, protection for your artwork

A  picture mount is meant to protect and preserve as well as to decorate and enhance the appearance of an artwork, photo or drawing. Unfortunately, a lot of mounting not only fails to meet this basic criteria, but can also … Continue reading

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PH7-70 Tape 25mm x 66m now available unboxed at a cheaper discounted price.

We are now stocking the popular ph7-70 conservation (archival) mounting tape (25mm x 66m) in an unboxed variety with a significantly discounted price. The tape is identical (25mmx66m) to the boxed version as shown in the image, but it is … Continue reading

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