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Services: Bespoke Lightbox Framing

Image © Michael Potter

'Let's Talk About Sex' © Aleksandra Karpowicz. Bespoke lightbox produced by Genesis Imaging.

'Let's Talk About Sex' © Aleksandra Karpowicz. Bespoke lightbox produced by Genesis Imaging.

We offer exhibition-quality, bespoke lightbox framing to compliment our ultra-slimline, lightweight fine art lightboxes.

LED Panels vs Traditional Fluorescent Tubing

We use only the highest quality LED panels to illuminate all of our lightboxes – this not only gives us greater flexibility in the size we can produce, but also means that our lightboxes are evenly-lit from edge to edge.

The change from fluorescent tubing to LED panels also allows us to produce extremely slimline lightboxes to bespoke specifications. LED lighting also emits far less heat than traditional lightboxes which used fluorescent tubing, which not only required additional depth to prevent overheating, but has also been linked to the deterioration of images.

For even illumination, the LED light is dispersed through a diffusing layer of translucent Perspex.

The first step for producing lightboxes is printing your images, our Duratrans are produced using the digital c-type process – rendering images durable and archival on a translucent base that is suitable for lightboxes.

Appropriate fixings are then attached to the back of the lightbox so that your work is ready to hang. Of course, not only can our skilled team provide advice on hanging systems – but we can also offer delivery and installation services too.

Why Should I Choose Bespoke Lightbox Framing?

Our bespoke lightboxes are then produced in-house by our framing department using your choice of mouldings and to your exact specifications. We stock a multitude  of gallery quality exhibition mouldings which are available for our lightbox framing service.

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How do I hang my mounted or framed works?

We’ve prepared these handy guides to help with the preservation and display of your artwork once it’s framed using our team’s specialist knowledge. Whether your finished work is framed or mounted, going into residential or commercial properties, this information should help keep it safe, secure and perfectly displayed.

Tools needed: pencil, tape measure, spirit level, power drill, appropriate fixings (we suggest screws and raw-plugs depending on the composition of your wall, the size and weight of your final piece – if in doubt, please consult a building professional)

View and Download Hanging Guides

(please note that for lightboxes, this is the general hanging guide – unless yours has a ‘snap frame’)