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GIK Acoustics ArtPanel

Please see our ORDERING GUIDE to help you create your own GIK Acoustics ArtPanel.

Following is basic pricing for most common sized ArtPanels.  GIK Acoustics can create ArtPanels up to 96″.

width heighth depth Price
12″ 24″ 2″ $129.00
24″ 24″ 2″ $149.00
24″ 48″ 2″ $199.00
24″ 48″ 3.5″ $249.00

Product Description

Professionally constructed with a thin 2” profile and a frame that is custom-sized to fit your artwork, the ArtPanel blends with existing décor making it the perfect option for restaurants, home theaters and recording studios. 

Click HERE to view the product video.  Click HERE for our Ordering Guide.

GIK Acoustics uses state-of-the art dye sublimation process to transfer an image onto fabric. Dye sublimation is a printing process that uses heat to transfer dye between the solid and gas states without going through a liquid stage.

Advantages of dye-sublimation over other methods of textile printing:

  • Images are permanent and do not peel or fade.
  • Dye does not build up on the fabric.
  • Colors are extraordinarily brilliant due to the bonding of the dye to the transparent fibers of the synthetic fabric.
  • Truly continuous tones can be achieved that are equivalent to photographs, without the use special techniques such as half-screen printing.
  • The image can be printed all over the entire item, with no difficulty in printing all the way to the edges.

You can provide your own art or select from thousands of choices at or Shutterstock.  You can have larger panels or smaller panels. It’s your choice all the way! We can even arrange for custom shipping if you need especially large panels.  Click HERE for our Ordering Guide.

 - employs ECOSE® technology absorption material and is manufactured with LEED certified Columbia Forest Products (made in the USA) formaldehyde-free technology


With the GIK Acoustics ArtPanel, your options are unlimited.  There are no problems, only solutions!

If you’re ready for a one-of-a-kind work of acoustic art, contact our Lead Customer Service Tech Christina Stone. She’ll review your needs and provide a custom quote.

Phone: (404) 492-8364
Europe: +44 (0) 20 7558 8976

Cross section illustrates how the Scatter Plate is built-in behind the fabric.



Broadband treatments offer great performance with an attractive price and when coupled with diffusion and scattering, can give your room a completely balanced sound throughout, without over-dampening high frequencies.

The GIK Acoustics built-in Scatter Plate option allows even decay time from low to high frequencies while providing the necessary space for absorption to flatten the frequency response. Read more about the new GIK Acoustics Scatter Plate here.

After speaking to our customer service reps to customize your ArtPanel, you can also elect to add the Scatter Plate built into your ArtPanel for only $49.00 per panel.




Instead of mounting the panel on the wall, we offer our Boom Stand Brackets. Installing these brackets on the panel allows it to attach to any boom stand turning your ArtPanel into a gobo or a portable vocal booth. For only $12 each you can add increased flexibility to our acoustic panels. (Boom stand not included.) Click here to add boom stand brackets to your order.


Another alternative that adds flexibility to the ArtPanels is our Custom Metal Stand. Our metal stands are modern, contemporary and powder coated for greater durability. Complete your GIK Acoustics order with our free standing custom metal stands. Looks great and provides flexibility! Click here to add custom metal stands to your order.



GIK Acoustics ArtPanel Product Video

    Descriptions of size, image transfer process and construction are presented.

Room Acoustics, The Basics: Bass Traps, Acoustic Panels, Diffusion

    This video explores the basics of room acoustics. Most of us use existing rooms such as bedrooms, living rooms or basements for a listening space versus high end recording studios that are designed with acoustics in mind. However there are ways to treat average-sized rooms to be utilized as control rooms, home theaters or two-channel listening rooms.