I have devised a simple method for displaying my pictures at work where I want to switch out with new pictures with no fuss. I have hung thin picture wires of equal length in a ladder style on the wall, one above the other spaced evenly apart. I put taped picture hanging hooks on the back of the pictures and hang the pictures on the wires with 5 or 6 pictures hung in a vertical column.
I am using 10 mil paper, which requires me to mount the pictures on a board. Otherwise the pictures won't lay flat.
Do you think that if I went to 19 mil paper that the pics would hang flat without mounting them?
#1. "RE: 10 Mil v 19 Mil Paper" | In response to Reply # 0mklass Nikonian since 08th Dec 2006Thu 17-Jan-13 02:31 PM
It may slow it down a bit, but I suspect they will eventually curl as well. Perhaps not as much.
Much like plywood, mounting on another board provides some rigidity bylaminating to a different material with different grain characteristics.
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