We are passionate about photography but it doesn’t stop with the camera. We are also very passionate about the printmaking process. What began as an effort to take control over the production of our own fine art photographic prints has grown into a boutique digital printing service catering to other photographers, artists, creatives, small businesses and individuals looking for a cost-effective way to produce high-quality results. We take a hands-on collaborative approach to working with our clients to make sure that the final results meet or even exceed expectations.
As working artists and experienced print makers we know the drill. We’ve worked with a number of emerging artists to help produce prints for their first shows. We know that in this day and Internet age where most images are only ever seen on a tiny mobile screens that the print making process can be bewildering and aggravating. It can also be expensive. Producing archival quality prints presented in a professional and attractive fashion on a tight budget is possible and we can make it happen.
We have a variety of large format EPSON Stylus Professional printers in our stable and can print on a wide array of media including fine art papers, luster and gloss photo papers, canvas, presentation papers and display media. These printers use pigmented archival quality inks and are capable of producing gallery-grade prints sometimes referred to as giclée prints. We love printing large and can handle projects measured in feet!
Pricing and Availability – We frequently are able to complete projects at a cost much lower than can be found at typical full-service commercial print shops. We’re able to do this for a couple of reasons. We don’t have a store front with normal business hours. We meet with clients in our Deep Ellum studio by appointment only and projects must fit within our current workload and travel schedule. We quote by the job. People frequently ask for a price list and we simply don’t have one that we can provide. The amount we quote for a project takes into account several factors including inventory on hand, materials that must be special ordered, labor and production schedule. One key aspect of this process is that we attempt to maximize the efficiency of source material to the final print. When we are able to find these efficiencies we are more than happy to pass the saving on to our clients.