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We developed the ArtRoll print mounting system as a cost-effective, elegant, and durable method for displaying photos and art. ArtRoll prints can be mounted on your wall or hung like a banner. Printed on SmoothPhotoCloth, they can be hung in a window for a fabulous back-light effect or hung outside on your deck all year. They roll up for shipping, transporting, and storage. Any size is available up to 44x200 inches.Order now
Because your ArtRoll print does not have a frame and does not stand out from the wall like a box mount or gallery wrap print, you might like to have a border to separate it from its surroundings. You can choose any of the borders in the examples on this page or on our printed borders page.
For a limited time and for your first purchase of an ArtRoll print, take $20 off your order.
"I want to tell you how incredibly beautiful the images are! I especially like the SmoothPhotoCloth with matte coating. Beautiful!! I'm trying these out on my art show this weekend. Wish me well..."... Patricia Leigh
This panorama is mounted as ArtRoll (top) and Box mount. The ArtRoll print has bars on left and right sides and is mounted using decorative white nails to keep it stretched tight.
Photo by Aaron Roth
This 35x48" banner was prepared for a graduation party. It hangs on a photo light stand (shown) or a tripod or an X Banner Stand which you can purchase from us.
Photos by David Elmore
The ArtRoll on SmoothPhotoCloth is water resistant and will last months or years outside in the weather. This print was hung using two nails in the tree and stretched tight using the profided fish-line loops. After two years there were some stains on it but the colors changed very little. Click for large image.
Photo by David Elmore
The ArtRoll works best on SmoothPhotoCloth but you can also have it on any of the print media we stock. This one is printed on Optica One Fine Art Paper. It is hung with two nails in the back of the upper rod. Click for large image.
Photo by Peggy Jansson
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