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Box mount / Standout prints

Box Mount with Optica One fine art paper

Photo by Emily Elmore

We developed the box mount, also known as a standout, as an elegant and affordable method to display prints. This mounting works especially well with our fine art papers which cannot be used with gallery wrap.

Features and options

  • A MightyCore panel keeps the print flat
  • The coated black (or white) paper surface of the panel shows on the sides to frame the print.
  • We can print on canvas, fine art paper, luster photo paper, and metallic photo paper.
  • The print dimensions can range up to 32x44x2 inches.
  • The depth of the box (distance it stands out from the wall) can be varied between 1 and 4 inches.
  • Because it is hung from a wire loop on the back, the box is held tight against the wall.
  • Sides can be black or white (we recommend black).
  • We can divide one image into several prints that, when hung together, look even better than one very large print. See below and learn more here.
  • We can add a clock anywhere on the face of the print.

Compared to
Gallery Wrap Elite

  • In both cases the prints are mounted on a MightyCore panel that is almost indestructible
  • Gallery wraps cannot be printed on Fine art paper; any of our papers or cloth can be used for Box Mount
  • With Box Mount, the sides are the coated acid-free paper surface of the MightyCore board instead of the print medium
  • The sides are black or white whereas for Gallery wrap the sides are printed with severaloptions
  • Box mount is less expensive.

Four panel Box Mount with Optica One fine art paper.

Photo by Robin Waters. Click to see larger.

Why Indiana Artist Prints?

  • Small lab with personal service
  • Run by photographers
  • Innovative mounts
  • Gallery wraps on MightyCore
  • SmoothPhotoCloth wraps
  • Archival long lasting materials
  • Protective coatings
  • Certificate of Authenticity
Box mount with clock option

Photo by Satya Banga. Click to see clock detail.