As a painter, collage artist, illustrator, or some other 2 dimensional artist, how do you digitally catalog your work? Whats the best way to get quality images for your website? How do you start the process of selling reproduction prints? Large format scanning is the first step to all of the above. There are a […]
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2015 State Arts Board Grants! Lots of friends and clients on the list. We look forward to helping you create some fantastic bodies of work over the next year! *Pictured below /// A piece from Hillary Berg’s County Lines.
Stretched canvas prints can be a great alternative to prints on paper for a number of reasons. The popularity of canvas prints as gifts has been growing for years and no wonder. They are easy to hang, don’t require a frame, and immediately distinguish themselves from your average drugstore prints. Keep in mind, that […]
Head over to Artspace Gallery at the University of St. Thomas downtown Minneapolis campus to see Robert Murphy’s FIRE IN THE VALLEY. We printed and mounted a handful of the larger prints in the show. While your at it, stop by our shop to see his show House of Sand that opened last month. Check […]
Fabric printing has been slowly growing in popularity for a while but reliable access to print shops capable of handling fabric output has always been lacking. It’s a temperamental material to print on and color accuracy can be a problem for artists and designers looking for specific results. We have recently added fabric to our printing […]
We had the pleasure of printing, mounting, and attending Kelly Gritzmacher‘s show at Familia on Sept. 28th. 30×40 prints mounted to acid free foam core. More information about inkjet printing services More information about mounting services Check out a shot of the show below.
We don’t just print artwork! We are happy to print (almost) anything in need of a discerning eye, fine quality paper, and accurate color. In this case, that includes double sided menus for KINFOLK Magazine’s Twin Cities Flower Pot-Luck. Double sided menus printed on Moab Entrada Bright. Photo credit – Emily Suzanne Photography