Detailed photos of a beetlewood canvas and diabond print. The canvas prints use a 3/4 inch stretched canvas on an internal wood frame that's then fastened to a shadow box constructed of beetlewood sourced in the Oakanagan Valley of British Columbia - one of the areas hit hardest by the Mountain Pine Beetle. Dibond prints require a slightly different approach to fastening, but the frames themselves are identical in construction.
These photos also show the different fastening set-ups of the smaller and larger prints. Whereas the 12x18" print frames shown in these photos use a simple wire hanger, the larger and heavier 30x40 uses a heavy-duty 2-point hanging system. In my experience, both are simple to hang, however you'll need a proper stud-finder and level to safely hang the larger ones.