Wall Art

Your Guide To Art & Framing Options

Beautiful Wall Art For Interiors

Materialised supply commercial trade and professional interior design markets with distinctive, thought-provoking wall art. The type that elevates design and starts a conversation! We have put together an image library consisting of a carefully curated collection from our collaboration with Urban Road, as well as local and international artists and photographers.

An exciting suite of substrate and framing options (from acoustic WhisperArt®, stretched canvas and framed paper prints to Urban Road’s TrueTexture) gives you the flexibility to find exactly what you need for your projects style and budget.

And the beauty is, our team can work with you on co-ordinating high-performance fabrics and wall covering so that you reduce the number of suppliers you need to deal with. Resulting in a beautifully well-executed and co-ordinated fit-out.

Browse our curated collection of images in the Art & Frame App and simply follow the steps to add to your shortlist for a quote. All art and framing is proudly made and constructed in Australia^.

Wall Art Types

  • ACOUSTIC – Designs are printed onto NRC-rated, flame retardant Corfu fabric covering a panel constructed with a robust PVC tracking system that contains an acoustic polyester infill. You can find all technical data and specs on our WhisperArt page.
  • STRETCHED CANVAS – Stretched canvas fine art prints are professionally printed on high-quality polycotton artist canvas, using commercial grade inks, and stretched around a 38mm timber frame. They are fade resistant*, UV rated and wipeable.
  • FRAMED PAPER PRINTS – Artwork is printed onto bright white, archival quality paper, mounted onto a foam-core board and framed behind high quality acrylic. A white mat board is also an option.
  • TRUETEXTURE – Urban Road’s 3D printed canvas artwork is an amazing option for all aboriginal designs as the texture of every brush stroke can be felt as if it was the original! The artwork is then stretched and gallery wrapped around a 36mm timber frame. They are fade resistant*, UV rated and wipeable.

Framing: Acoustic, Stretched Canvas & TrueTexture

WHAT IS A SHADOW FRAME? A framed canvas can also be referred to as a box frame, a shadow frame, or a floating frame. A little different from a traditional framed print, the canvas sits within the box frame with a 5mm gap, creating a sophisticated shadow effect between the frame and the canvas.

DIMENSIONS: Shadow frames are 15mm thick, and 50mm deep, adding approximately 50mm to both the length and the height of the listed canvas size. NOTE: Larger sized mouldings will be used depending on the scale of the wall art.


Framing: Framed Paper Prints

Framed paper prints are available in a choice of 3 timbers and you can choose to add a white mat board. Size depends on print dimensions and will be larger for framed prints over 1 metre.

PAPER PRINT FRAME DIMENSIONS: The frame moulding is 30mm wide and sits 45mm deep from the wall. NOTE: Larger sized mouldings will be used depending on the scale of the art.


Timber Source

Our timber frames are all supplied by local Australian-owned companies using the best of materials. The black and the white timber frames have a smooth finish. The oak frames are textural and the colour/grain will vary slightly, naturally. All products comply with Australian standards as set by Australian agriculture and water resources, all logging due diligence is met to Australian standards and all country of origin timber declaration is met to confirm chain of custody.

Hanging Mechanisms

  • ACOUSTIC ART includes an aluminium split batten that connects to the panels track profile which is compatible with Gyprock and masonry fixings.
  • ALL OTHER ART comes strung with d-rings and wire, ready to hang. Security fixtures can also be requested (and are recommended for commercial projects.)

What Is TrueTexture?

We are thrilled to have partnered with Urban Road and their amazing 3D printing technology. Original works are scanned and three-dimensional printing techniques are used on high-quality linen canvas to create nearly identical pieces of art that look and feel exactly as the artist intended.

TrueTexture aboriginal art
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Art Cleaning & Care

ACOUSTIC ART

Gently vacuum regularly with appropriate attachment. If the art is subject to a spillage, it should be blotted up immediately, while still wet or fresh. Use white towels or an absorbent cloth. Keep blotting and changing the absorbent material until no more of the spillage is observed. If in any doubt, contact a cleaning specialist.

CANVAS, TRUETEXTURE & FRAMED PRINTS

To keep your CANVAS PRINTS, FRAMED PRINTS and TRUETEXTURE clean and dust free, simply wipe them over regularly with a soft, dry cloth. Good quality microfibres are our favourites! Remember to never use chemical cleaning products or water as this could damage your artwork. Also, make sure that you keep all wall art out of direct sunlight, as this can lead to fading or warping.

Production Lead Times

  • ACOUSTIC ART is printed on demand onto our acoustic fabric in Sydney, Australia and then stretched (and framed if specified). It has a production timeframe of approx. 3-4 weeks.
  • CANVAS PRINTS and FRAMED PRINTS are custom made in Australia^ to suit your specifications and take approx. 10-14 days to despatch.
  • TRUETEXTURE canvas prints are custom made to suit your specifications, and as such, have a production timeframe of 10 weeks.
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How To Order

Head to our Image Library App to browse our curated collection of art and frame options there, or contact your Project Manager for an appointment or our Customer Service team on +61 2 8558 3500 / sales@materialised.com


^Large commercial orders can have the option to be produced offshore, which results in cost benefits. Get in touch with your Project Manager to discuss your requirements.
*Note re fade resistance. All artwork must be kept out of direct sunlight, as this can lead to fading or warping. 

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