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Feel free to reach out with any questions, or to talk about custom options and local pickup in Chicago. 

299 East Ontario Street
Chicago, IL, 60611
United States

3127878242

Limited edition art prints by Chicago photographer & new-media artist Lincoln Schatz.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions about limited edition prints bought from the Lincoln Schatz Studio web store.

What is face mounted acrylic?

detail of acrylic face-mounted image

detail of acrylic face-mounted image

Often seen in fine-art galleries and museums, this finish will bring your image to life.

  • Image colors appear more brilliant and sharper than in a traditional picture frame
  • Print is face-mounted to 1/8" acrylic
  • Back of print is adhered to 1/8" dibond (aluminum composite)
  • The total product is accented by smooth, polished edges
  • 3/4" deep, recessed back frame is adhered to the back to give "floating" effect

The acrylic face-mounted image's floated back gives the piece an appearance of depth and weight on your wall that showcases the image beautifully.

The acrylic used is non-glare, museum-quality material, for longevity and best appearance.


How do I install my print?

The print comes with a cleat which you mount on the wall simply by leveling and screwing into two studs, or using drywall anchors. On the back of the print is a mount that you can easily set on the cleat to hang.

Mount the print on a straight, flat wall - the cleat must be completely true and cannot be bent to suit an uneven wall.

Need an installer in Chicago? Contact us and we'll put you in touch with a professional we trust. 

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How do I clean my print?

You can dust your picture with a non-fuzzy, soft, dry cloth (microfiber, for example). To allow you to enjoy your work for a long time, do not use glass cleaning products to clean the print. Please also avoid putting pressure on the surface when wiping.


Can I visit the studio?

Sure! Contact us to arrange a studio visit to see the work in person, talk to Lincoln about the photos, & see what else he's working on.