Acrylagraphs are created with the same printing process as offset lithographs. First, paper is coated several times with a formulation of acrylics and UV protectant measuring thousandths of an inch in thickness. At the appropriate time, once the acrylics and inks have integrated, the coated paper is put into a bath of chemicals and water. The inks then lift from the paper, and the image is carefully applied to a pre-stretched canvas. Once the image is cured, it is given a final coating of acrylic and UV protectant.