PVC prints – what hides under this mysterious name?
This mysterious abbreviation has its roots in the name "polyvinyl chloride" and it is from that material that the PVC print is produced. Paintings on it have loyal followers, the number of whom is constantly growing, which is no surprise for anyone who has dealt with the material before. PVC prints are often used in the interior design of modern apartments, but can also be found in offices. Thanks to their lightness, they have multiple applications on different surfaces. They work perfectly on solid walls, both in terms of structure and color. Intense, real-life colors make the room aesthetically pleasing to the eye. PVC prints present well in various arrangements, regardless of the style: minimalist, Scandinavian and even shabby chic. Paintings on PVC can also be used on brick walls. Because of how light this material is, bricks won’t feel heavy and overwhelming, despite their structure.
Small art gallery with the help of PVC prints
Pictures printed on PVC forms are a frequent choice of photographers who want to showcase their works at exhibitions. This is a sensible choice because the lightness of the PVC makes it simple to transport a collection. Because photographers often feel the need to show the audience what they felt when taking these photos, they search for ways to present their work in the most accurate way possible. An asset of PVC is the fact that the image is printed on a white background. This allows you to perfectly reflect the colors that are in the picture. The spring grass is lushly green, and the blue of the sky combined with the white clouds transports the recipient to a dreamworld. You’re even able to count every single wrinkle of a smiling old lady when she was giving a gift. But you don’t have to be a professional photographer to create your very own minigallery in your house or office. The relatively cheap cost will allow you to fulfill your dream if you decide to take this route.