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Art Mounts

About Art Mounts

Art Mounts are a modern, affordable way to display photographs in your home or office.

They are lightweight, strong and stable therefore, very easy to hang on a hook or with 3M command adhesive.

Art Mounts are created with an archival print over-laminated with cold satin-textured laminate. They are then bonded with high strength glue to a 20mm high-density foam board. Therefore, the whole product is acid-free.

Art Mounts are a great alternative to Framing or Canvases, as a result, having a classic, modern look.

Black, white or gallery wrap where the image is wrapped around the edges are the edging options. However, for a gallery wrap, an extra 1 inch must be allowed all-around. For example, a 12″ x 18″ gallery wrap would need to be 14″ x 20″.

Custom Sizes are also available in our downloadable software RGB Digital Direct.

Gallery Wrap Edge

Gallery Wrap Art Mount
Photograph by Kristian Laine Photography

White Edge

Photograph by Kristian Laine Photography

Black Edge

Photograph by Kristian Laine Photography

Find the full range of art mount products are available to order in RGB Digital Direct

Service Time

5 working days in the lab. Additionally, for more information on service times and courier charges click here.


The baseboards are totally Australian made as they are manufactured from locally sourced materials. Creating local jobs without importing.

At our Yeerongpilly mounting department, we create each board. This ensures consistency in the product. They are then finished in a vacuum press.

We make our boards to a much higher specification than what we can buy anywhere and undergo our quality control. Therefore, they will certainly last a lifetime.

Most other 20mm boards are low-density foam that is coated with a water-soluble adhesive and an 80ums paper coating. However, our boards are high-density foam, coated with a high grip non-water-soluble adhesive and have a 500ums screen board coating.

Art Mount Structure