What is a fractured picture?

Are Fracture photos good?

Most review sites will say the quality of Fracture photos is about 4 on a scale of 5 stars, but we’ve found the end quality depends on what your original photo was like so make sure to use one that is high quality. Printing on glass may distort the colors and it’s possible that yours may be a little muted.

How are Fracture photos made?

Every Fracture print starts out as a piece of durable glass, cut and hand-prepared for each print size. Ink is then sprayed directly onto the glass and instantly cured through our special UV process. A bright, opaque layer of white ink is applied directly beneath the color layer.

What is the cost of Fracture pictures?

Fracture offers a variety of print sizes, meaning there is a small print for you to put on a tabletop, a large print for you to hang on a wall and sizes in between. 2. Pricing for everyone—glass prints start at $17 for small prints and large prints range from $95 to $135.

How do Fracture photos hang on the wall?


Just turn the fracture around to find the keyhole cutout. This is where the head of the wall anchor fits in for large and extra-large fractures the keyhole will include a metal reinforcement.

Do fracture photos fade?

We print images directly onto glass using UV-cured ink, so our prints won’t fade over time or with exposure to sunlight. Fracture prints are not considered archival—though they will last a very long time if kept indoors and not exposed to extreme humidity or poor handling.

Is Fractureme com legit?

Overview. Fracture Glass Photos has a consumer rating of 4.58 stars from 356 reviews indicating that most customers are generally satisfied with their purchases.

What’s better glass or metal prints?

Metal prints are the more durable printing option. They are scratch resistant, waterproof and flame retardant. Metal prints can also be displayed in high moisture areas. You will also find that it is much easier to wipe off fingerprints and smudges from metal prints than it is from acrylic or glass.

What is fracture explain?

Summary. A fracture is a break, usually in a bone. If the broken bone punctures the skin, it is called an open or compound fracture. Fractures commonly happen because of car accidents, falls, or sports injuries. Other causes are low bone density and osteoporosis, which cause weakening of the bones.

Can fracture pictures be framed?

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Where is Fractureme located?

Our factory is located in Alachua, Florida, in the heart of San Felasco Tech City. All Fracture prints are handmade in our facility, so we’re happy to declare every print is made in the USA.

How do you clean a broken picture?

Got dust or fingerprints on your glass print? No worries! The surface of your print may be gently cleaned with Windex (or any other type of glass cleaner) and a paper towel or microfiber cloth.

How long do fracture prints last?

The images are printed on the back side of a 2mm sheet of glass and will not fade for at least three years in direct sunlight and Fracture believes they’ll last for at least a decade with careful handling.

How are pictures printed on glass?

The process of printing photos on glass involves an inkjet plotter laying ink on primed glass. White ink is laid behind the initial layer of ink for opacity. This is a non-archival, commercial process that tends to experience resolution, color accuracy, and consistency limitations when you print photos direct to glass.

What is a photo printed on glass called?

Glass Prints | Print Photos on Glass | Shutterfly.

Which is better glass or acrylic pictures?

Acrylic facemounted prints use high-quality photo paper designed for maximum resolution and clarity, resulting in much better image reproduction than glass printing because the process of printing photos on glass is not as precise. Acrylic prints are perfect for photographers, art galleries, and fine art applications.

What is art printed on glass called?

Acrylic prints

Acrylic prints, in basic terms, are photos printed on shatter resistant, lightweight glass panels.

What is broken glass art called?

Cullet, broken chunks of glass or waste glass suitable for melting or remelting. Cut glass, cold decoration by cutting with an abrasive wheel. Engraving, shallow cold decoration with a sharp point or small wheel.

What is an acrylic panel photo?

Construction. Acrylic photo prints are constructed using two distinct processes. The first process prints your image directly onto the acrylic and seals it with a white back coating. The second, referred to as facemount, prints the image onto paper and then is sandwiched behind the acrylic.