Have you ever received your mounted prints back with rough or cracked edges?

 

Were they packed in a professional manner?

Color is key to a presentation

Have you ever received your project back from your supplier and the color was grossly wrong?

We employ the latest wide format printer from HP and Epson. These printers allow us to constantly check the color accuracy of the machines, but machines can't do it alone. One needs qualified people with experience in accurately reproducing color to get the best results. One also needs the correct lighting environment to accurately view color. That's why we use 5000° Kelvin lighting in our facility to help ensure that you will get the most accurate results from your work.

Size matters

If your client can't see what you are proposing, it's useless. We employ machines up to 10 feet wide and allow an almost unlimited length.

Finishing matters

Mounted posters are wiped clean and edges are sanded before any project is packed for delivery. When a mounted poster is packed up for delivery, corner protectors, the type used for shipping framed art are used in conjunction with other packing materials to better protect your project and to help ensure that it gets delivered in the same condition as when it leaves our facility.

It's the small (and sometimes large) things that have our clients coming back time and time again.

We also offer wall graphics in the form of custom vinyl transfers for both interior and exterior (window signage) use. A large assortment of colors and styles are available.

Our services include:

• Fine art printing
• Removable wall coverings (commonly used in market research to transform a meeting room without marring walls)
• Mounting
• Laminating
• Custom contour cutting
• Free standing displays
• Grand format printing
• Wide format inkjet printing

 

 

 

 

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Dedication to quality…

“Michael’s dedication to service and the quality product he delivers, keeps us coming back for more great help. Here's to many more good years.”

Rich Rickaby,
Studio Director,
Wallace Church, Inc