|Sizes||8x8", 8x10", 8x12", 10x10", 11x14", 16x20", 16x24", 20x20", or 20x30"|
|Paper Types||E-Surface, Fuji Pearl or True Black & White Photo Paper|
|Coating||Add Lustre Coating for protection|
|Mounting||Print mounted to 1.5” thick foam board in black or white trim|
|Retouching||Remove slight imperfections from your images|
|Important||Borders are not recommended on Standouts. Prints will be trimmed slightly and border cannot be kept even. When placing text or logos on your image please keep a minimum of ½” from the edge of the file.|
Foam Mounted Photo Standouts by Mpix Home Decor: Discover your inner artist.
Home Decor has never been easier. For the home decorator searching for that sophisticated and contemporary look, try a Foam Mounted Standout by Mpix. Printed on any of our three professional quality papers (E-Surface, Fuji Pearl or True Black and White) and mounted on a black or white finished 1.5” foam board, Mpix Standouts add a fresh, modern feel wherever they hang.
Our Standout Sizes range from 8x8” to 20x30” and can be protected with a Lustre Coating to keep it looking brand new for years to come. Mpix Photo Standouts are delivered in just a few days, ready-to-hang out of the box.
Upload your digital photos to Mpix, select your preferences and watch your walls come to life with just a few clicks. It’s so easy you just might think it’s magic.
Will you ever make the standouts on something thinner than 1.5"? I'd love to see 1" or o.5"
Thank you for the suggestion. We have passed this along to our product development team for consideration.
|Kim Mi Kuemin|
I also would be interested in thinner standouts.
You can take your photo to a frame shop and have it dry mounted 1/2 foam core. It will save you a lot of money. My framer only charges me $10.50+tax to dry mount a 24x36.
I definitely want a thinner standout! I hope it is added to the product list because right now I have to go somewhere else.
the best way to mount these standouts is to use the removable Velcro tabs (2.5 - 3"). A couple on the back, a couple on the wall, and two seconds later your image is up.
Yes - 3M command velcro strips work perfectly. Put them on the back of the standout as joined pairs, remove the backing from the exposed strip, and push the standout against the wall where you want the picture. After letting the adhesive "cure" for a day or so you can pull the picture off and make slight adjustments. Particularly good for a triptych since you can correct for small lateral or vertical errors between the panels.
It'd be great to have some more DSLR (3x2) ratio sizes. I really wanted 18x12 so ordered a print in teh end. 8x12 is too small, but 16x24 is huge...
Thanks for the suggestion Ralph! We will pass this along to our product development team.
If I send in my photo can you create anything waterproof for outdoor art?
|Kathryn Cae Kraft|
I have 1 picture that I would like blown up and printed on 4 different standouts in 8x12 or 11x14 is this possible??
Hey Kathryn! Would you mind e-mailing our customer service team at email@example.com, they will be able to help you out with this. Thanks!
|Kathryn Cae Kraft|
|Kathy Arnall Chase|
how do you use it horizontally, I see no where to change it
Hey Kathy! After dragging your photo onto the Standout, click on your image to edit. Then click "Rotate Image" and adjust the crop to fit. Thanks!
I'm curious why you don't put the hole to hang in the middle of the standouts. The way it is now (two holes on the ends) makes it very difficult to hang straight since it requires two nails to be perfectly spaced and aligned?
Thank you for the suggestion, Shannon. Our product development team is going to look into offering this an an option.
Use a large level, mark the spacing of the holes on the level, put the level on the wall and mark where the holes will be. Put the nails in and the standouts go right up. (I put 4 up in my office). With only one hole, a large standout will likely shift and never rally hang level?
I use velcro tape.
Curious whether these would be ok to hang in the bathroom given the extra moisture from the shower?
Hi Kyle. Our concern with this would be that the extra humidity could cause the Standout to bubble in between the print and mounting surface.
Have you ever tried print on metal prints. I have seen those in galleries and websites. They are very beautiful printings. I am a photographer and would love to print on metal sheets.
|Millie Hayden Dougherty|
I want to get a standout of a digital photo. I do NOT want to have the image cropped. Would this work with the 8x12 if the image is originally formatted as 6x4?
Yes. Since 2x4 = 8 and 2x6 = 12 it will not be cropped. As long as the width and height are multiplied by the same number the image will not be cropped.