In addition to our more traditional lightboxes (which use Duratrans or Direct to Media prints on Perspex), we also provide custom-size slim lightboxes with interchangeable high-definition fabric images. These are bespoke and can be created to your requirements.
Why Should I Choose Bespoke Fabric Lightboxes?
Our fabric lightboxes present your artwork as a bespoke-sized contemporary art piece and allow a changeable showcase in your home or gallery. They are also the perfect advertising solution, within commercial premises, to increase brand awareness or showcase a product or service due to their large-scale, bright, and even lighting and changeable graphics.
The lightboxes utilise LEDs, Drivers and electrics inside the unit, allowing the profile of the lightbox to be slimline at 60mm. The LED’s provide a very even spread of light across the lightbox, with no shadowing, and emit very little heat. These high-impact large-scale lightboxes benefit from their lightweight structure and the ability to change graphics or artwork with ease.
The images or artwork showcased on our fabric lightboxes are printed using our high-definition Direct to Media UV Printing service, allowing ultra-fine detail right across the expanse of the piece. Direct to Media UV Printing is produced using our ultra-fine Swiss-Q Nyala machine, which has a 9 picolitre output for fine art applications, and improved precision printing with unparalleled detail.
Each lightbox uses a 24-volt LED system and the framework is supplied with an anodised aluminium finish or satin black or white powder-coated finish, and in sizes up to a massive 3 x 2m.
Lightboxes – Hanging Guide
Both our fabric and standard glazed lightboxes come mains powered, simply plug them in and go!
Yes! With clients around the world, we’ve shipped our clients work Internationally and can advise and quote on delivery options to suit your requirements. Our bespoke crating is ideal for large items and international delivery – ensuring your work is packaged to perfection and protected until it reaches its destination.