We have developed unique multiple process printing techniques which combine different kinds of inks and metal foils to give each of our prints depth and texture that cannot be achieved through mechanized processes.
We make no compromise in our commitment to quality art-making.
We work directly with artists and photographers to develop exclusive editions of artwork.
Artists may spend a day or a few weeks working with our expert artisanal printmaking team on their next gallery event.
Artist’s works are signed, numbered and certified with a letter of authenticity.
Archival ink and substrates. Gallery quality UV resistant prints suited to decades of display without any variance in impression.
We work closely with professional artists to assist in the development of limited edition bodies of work
Everything we make is hand finished and you can see the difference right away. There is more texture, depth, detail and depth because of the loving hand touch we put to our craft.
Size is no limit. We have fulfilled life size to wall size print orders. Share the challenge of your next project and let us provide solutions to fit any size requirement.
Mainly we print the artwork on paper, but we are far from limited to this. We also print to canvas, wood, glass, aluminum sheets and plexi-glass. We love to experiment and our clients recognize this. We have been asked to print on military canvas, rusted steel sheets, burled wood veneers and even reclaimed 1930’s postal bags. Let us know what we can test print for you.
Laser cutters are a great way for us to add depth and dimension to a print. We cut everything from lacy patterns to complex 3 dimensional origami from intricately printed print surfaces.
Whether traditional or pop-art applications what we like about silk-screening our prints if the hands on physicality of the process. We love getting inky and silk screen allows us to explore a build of ink consistencies that is bold, tactile and fun.
When you are looking for options to get your imagery up and out of the second dimension, hand cutting can provide the lift you want.
We have developed unique methods to apply gold leaf to embellish our prints. Our methods involve very careful hand work to achieve the detail and warm texture of this signature look. And why stop with gold? We also do great work in Silver and Copper leaf.
Printed on brass or copper gives an antique patina – not dissimilar to wet plate photography. We also print on aluminum to achieve a stunning level of transparency with our inks.
Nothing looks slicker and wetter than ink under glass. The thicker the glass we use, the deeper the tones of our prints. When mounted in a deep frame, glass prints cast an attractive dimensional parallax illusion.