The Face Mount is a mounting process whereby we apply an optically clear adhesive to the front of the image and then adhere that image onto a piece of clear substrate like glass or acrylic. This gives us a unique opportunity to do away with framing and matting, and allows the image to stand alone with very little else to interfere visually.
In this example we have taken a panoramic by Tom Alexander and cut the image into four pieces. We then individually mounted each section to a piece of glass. Then, using standoffs, we are able to hang the glass directly without having to bother with frames.