Check out this great event happening this Saturday! It’s free! Really good music and art. Be sure to check out Gordon Coon’s artwork!
for doing framing for our open house and for always doing a stellar job on all of our framing needs, as well as for everybody we send to them. Check them out for any framing needs you have, they’re top notch. Also be sure to visit their art gallery if you’re looking to purchase new art, they have some great … Read More
Come join us in the celebration of our new location.
Please check these guys out, they make awesome coffee, tea, food etc.! And they support the arts. They are directly across the street from us, you can’t miss them. Munkabeans
They sent literally over 2 tons of tiles by semi to us to photograph for their catalogs. Talk about a workout, lifting these things all day long!
Sometimes we get questions in stereo. Other times we get them in surround sound. Well, this one came in loud and clear from several people this week. The question… “do/can we print from supplied digital files?” The question is more common now than ever before. We think this is true in part because more traditional illustrators are migrating to digital … Read More
We’ve been printing on a poly-silk for several years…lots of it. Until recently we were always able to have an inventory of silk near by and ready to print. Last year we began noticing that our resupply time was taking longer and longer to replenish. While we haven’t received an official “we no longer manufacture this product” it seems to us that what is still available … Read More
Digital prints on wood is new for us and probably new for you too. We’ve been looking for a way to print directly on wood without having to acquire a new large format printer. We had also hoped that we could use our same ink-set that we use for printing on canvas and fine art paper to print on some … Read More
Just a reminder that we can stretch gallery wrap canvas prints in custom sizes.
The creative process is a cocktail of instinct, skill, culture and a highly creative feverishness. It is not like a drug; it is a particular state when everything happens very quickly, a mixture of consciousness and unconsciousness, of fear and pleasure; it’s a little like making love, the physical act of love. -Francis Bacon