The UV printing process is an archival pigment method where the ink, is a liquid polymer until it’s cured by ultra violet lights during the printing process. Largely considered the most archival printing process currently available, the UV print process is versatile in the materials it can print on and it’s final presentation. It can print on metal, glass, wood, plexiglass, dibond, paper, canvas, fabric, rubber, etc. Because of the plastic nature of the inks after they are cured, framing is optional. Prints on dibond or aluminum for instance can have a brace applied the back and can be hung up on the wall without additional support. On plexi or glass, we can print directly to the back and either display it in a lightbox or back mount it for a modern photography feel. Linen and canvas can be stretched and hung without varnish.