There are occasions when some artwork does not need to be treated to conservation standards; examples might be a young child’s drawing or painting or a poster bought when visiting an attraction.

Here are a number of posters, some from Longleat during a family day out.  As they are to hang in the bedroom of 2 toddlers safety is of the utmost importance – the customer wanted a glass-free finish.  

Firstly we attached the posters to some display board for a smooth surface and some rigidity.  We then covered the posters with a matt laminate finish.  The laminate provides some protection from little fingers and stray crayons!

Some simple plain frames were then made and the posters held in place with bendy tabs, this will allow the customer to change them at a later date if required.