About ChromaLuxe Metal Prints

ChromaLuxe metal prints offer brilliant visual depth. The image/design is infused into the coating of a high-definition .045" ChromaLuxe metal panel using a sublimation heat press.

They are lightweight and provide superior durability with true generational archival quality. They are fade, scratch, fire and water resistant with 1/8" radius rounded corners.

Metal prints are easily cleaned with a damp cloth.

Made in America: The metal is manufactured in Kentucky, and the art is printed in Texas or California.

GLOSS FINISH: Produces vibrant color with rich detail on a high gloss surface. This is our most popular finish.

SATIN FINISH: Produces soft color with a slight shimmer on a minimal glare surface. (Available on select prints only.)

TEXTURED FINISH: Produces soft color. The fine stippled texture creates an organic, natural look (similar to a painting or canvas). Printed on a non-reflective and fingerprint resistant surface. (Available on select prints only.)

SILVER SHEEN FINISH: Produces darker, muted colors with a unique translucent iridescence (a lustrous rainbow-like play of color that changes with the angle of view). The white and light areas of the image reveal the smooth brush strokes of the sheer metal (creating a silver tin-like appearance). The surface has a glossy metallic sheen. (Available on select prints only.)

Learn more about ChromaLuxe Metal Print Mounting Options.

Metal prints are extremely durable but can easily be dented (for example, by bumping a print into furniture). Please take care when moving a metal print to avoid damage.

Metal prints are weatherproof and can be displayed outdoors, but please avoid direct sunlight or they will fade. (For extended exterior life in direct sunlight, metal prints must be treated with a special UV coating. You may contact the studio directly to custom order a UV-coated print.)

The coating of ChromaLuxe Metal panels may contain small craters or tiny bumps. Each sheet is carefully inspected and any "imperfections" are placed in the most unobtrusive parts of the image. These "imperfections" are not considered flaws unless they appear in a prominent area of the image.