I need to mount a 40”x45” giclee. It’s worth some money so options are limited. This is a client for my boss, so I was not there for the design aspect. The client had the option to order the giclee framed or unframed. My boss promised we’d do a spectacular job and have us (I.e. me) frame it. They want it float-mounted onto a piece of hidden a/f foam core. That is where my question lies. How to mount the super rolled up giclee to the foam core. Then that mounted to painted Masonite (or similar) board. The reason it’s not being matted is the finished size will be around 48”x54” and they decided on a blue for what would be the matting if they were doing that (instead of available white/cream/black in super oversize). My boss told the client we would just sandwich the giclee between the glass and the foam core. *sigh*. Obviously that is NOT what is going to happen. The last time he float-mounted something was while I was on leave and he used carpet tape (not joking). Any help is appreciated. Of course if you just want to laugh at me, please feel free to do so.