Prints for pleasure – One Vision Imaging Quartz Acrylic Wall Art
Posted on Oct 17, 2019
Looking to print your photos? Find out contributing editor, Daisy Dickinson’s thoughts on the One Vision Imaging Quartz Acrylic Wall Art
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“As someone whose photographic education started in the darkroom, printing endless contact sheets and carefully working the chemicals to achieve visual results, I’m sad to say I’ve recently fallen into the common practice of only sharing my images online,” says PN’s contributing editor Daisy Dickinson. “It’s an easy trap to fall into when snapped shots can be online within moments. But nothing beats the feeling of a great-quality print in your hand, and an Instagram image stuck on your phone certainly can’t take pride of place in your home. Having recently moved house myself, it was the perfect opportunity to challenge my lack of printing. So I chose an image taken in New York, from a trip with a good friend; I wanted to be reminded of the fun we’d had walking along the Brooklyn Bridge before sharing pizza and laughter together, overlooking the famous skyline.
“With so many professional options to choose from at One Vision Imaging, I settled on the Quartz Acrylic Wall Art. The thick surround to the Fujifilm DP II print seemed the ideal way to preserve this memory in high-gloss splendour. The result is a sophisticated, modern print, which would look as much at home in a gallery as it does on the wall in my new house.”
One Vision Imaging Quartz Acrylic Wall Art
The Quartz is a robust piece of statement art sure to look fantastic in either a gallery or home setting. Using a high-quality single Fujifilm DP II photographic print encapsulated between two clear sheets of crystal-grade acrylic measuring 2mm at the front and 12mm at the back, the overall thickness is a sturdy 14mm. Thanks to the high-gloss finish, the resulting image is very pleasing. Sizes are available from 12x12in to 40x30in and the wall art is supplied with an acrylic baton to hang on the wall safely. Prices start from £115.
As featured in issue 71 of Photography News.