We believe it is important for you to have a detailed explanation of the difference between the high quality materials we offer for our posters & prints
We begin by saying all three materials are outstanding. At Kuriosis, we pride ourself in using only the finest materials, our 225g Fine Art Paper and 400g Cotton Canvas are both museum quality. It is only a matter of taste and nothing else. We will talk about them in detail, so you have a better understanding of what they are.
Fine Art Paper
Fine Art Paper has vivid colours, mostly yellow, magenta and cyan. When you see prints with a wide range of different colours on the lithograph, fine art paper will not disappoint you. Given the material, all of them look incredibly clean. The colours are vibrant and full of life. If you want to have a print that looks alive and with all the complete detail of the image itself, is your go-to choice.
Cotton Canvas can be your option if you go for a more vintage look. The quality of the ink is the same in both of them, but cotton canvas is less glossy and it looks more vintage.
It is also water-resistant and waterproof. That means that you can have all your prints in your kitchen or even your bathroom exposed to humid conditions and it will remain the same.
Furthermore, cotton canvas has texture, and it is easier to stretch. It is also the exact material used in museums and most of the exhibitions.
Japanese Archival Inks
When it comes to ink, you have nothing to worry. We print everything using the latest chromolithographic technology with Japanese archival pigment inks which are waterproof & UV resistant. They can last more than a life time without fading one bit!
Hang your posters or cotton canvas easily with these wooden hangers. The strong magnets securely hold your print in place. This is a more inexpensive option than using a traditional wooden frame.
We provide two different offerings, painted Black or White hangers and also premium swiss-made 100% Oak hangers. Both are fantastic, inexpensive solutions for displaying your new artwork!