Fine Art Albums
Experience museum grade printing with our new Fine Art Album. Our acid-free fine art papers feature true matte finishes and soft textures that will last a lifetime. Complement your Fine Art Albums with our Luxe Leather or Luxe Linen cover materials.
Fine Art Albums feature giclée printing, or high-end inkjet printing. This is the precise process of painting ink onto the surface of natural fiber paper. The colorgamut is considerably wider than in photographic printing, which creates a more detailed image.
An alpha-cellulose paper, with a truly flat matte texture.
Hahnemühle Bright White
100% cotton rag paper with a white base and subtle texture.
Hahnemühle Museum Etching
100% cotton rag paper with a warmer base and deeper texture.
A full spread includes the left and right side when laying open. Our spreads are creased in the center for a layflat design. Choose any number of spreads between 10 and 40.
Personalize your Fine Art Album with custom debossing, standard debossing and studio logo debossing. Learn more about each option on our Customizations page. Cameo cut-outs are not available on Fine Art Albums.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to read through our Fine Art Design Requirements below. Visit our Album Design page to learn about our in-house design service, and the software we recommend for DIY design.
Fine Art Design Requirements
Do not use colored backgrounds.
We recommend keeping your designs clean and simple with white backgrounds. Designing with backgrounds can cause adverse effects and may be more prone to scuffing or scratches.
Keep images off the crease for Hahnemühle papers.
This will help your album retain crisp, seamless spreads that will last a lifetime. Images over the crease may be prone to cracking over time. This will not compromise the integrity of the album but it may not be visually desirable.
Avoid images with heavy use of deep blacks.
Matte fine art papers are susceptible to scuffing especially in solid black areas. For images that contain a lot of heavy, dark ink coverage we recommend ordering our RedTree Album which features photographic paper.
Stay away from full bleed spreads/pages.
Keeping images at least 1″ from the edge of the spread will ensure your album will not suffer from potential ink flaking on the edges. As well, while turning pages this helps keep fingers off the ink and instead on just the paper.
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