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Signing a printed photo or artwork can be an integral part of the creative process. It marks the completion of your work.
Are you going to sell it? Is it a gift? Do you plan on locking it away to never see the light of day again? It doesn’t matter: if you ask anyone at Orms, we’d say an original artwork should always be signed.

Consider signing yours, because you made it. Consistency in editions and signing also conveys trust to any potential collectors.

Understandably, signing any original work can lead to some nervousness. You are branding your work; you are forever binding the print to your identity. So, where do you sign, and what is the right way to do it?

Article by: Elani Smit & Lezanne Groener | Orms Print Room & Framing

Signing your Prints


A helpful guide to anti-reflective museum glass
Anti-Reflective Museum Glass
Simply put, anti-reflective glass is one of the most fascinating products when it comes to framing materials. It makes such an impactful difference on the way that your custom frame is viewed.

It can be used to elevate any image or artwork into something absolutely mesmerizing. At Orms Print Room & Framing, we are lucky enough to offer several types of museum grade glazing (glass) – all internationally renowned options.

Article by: Zane Luther | Orms Print Room & Framing

Photography by: Samuel Wilson


As if you didn’t know already, we like artwork…a lot. We like printing it, we like looking at it, but most importantly, we like keeping it pristine and beautiful for years to come.

Orms wants to give your artwork the best possible chance against the elements out there. (People storing their artwork underneath their beds 👀 – we’re looking at you).

This article will teach you more about the preservation and conservation of your artwork.

Article by: Elani Smit | Orms Print Room & Framing

Artwork Preservation