A Photo of Me Pulling Some Prints

Poster

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Ink on paper. Does it get any better than that? You know the difference between a digitally printed poster on wafer-thin gloss stock versus feeling that ink on beautiful shades of 100# cover French Paper. Looking at the art and taking it apart down to its base elements and building it back up in print. Stacking colors to get new colors, the happy accidents that happen when you slide in a different paper stock.

LET'S PRINT SOME POSTERS!

Poster Printing

Ink on paper. Does it get any better than that? You know the difference between a digitally printed poster on wafer-thin gloss stock versus feeling that ink on beautiful shades of 100# cover French Paper. Looking at the art and taking it apart down to its base elements and building it back up in print. Stacking colors to get new colors, the happy accidents that happen when you slide in a different paper stock. You lift the screen and have to walk away because it looks too damn good.

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Printed Exclusively onFrenchPaper

Every print, every step of the way is done by hand. No automatic machines. Prepping and coating screens. Lining up films to make sure things are locked in place. Paper being racked up and laid on the table to register it just right, The perfect color mixed and remixed until it looks so good you want to eat it up. Then, the fun part. Each color in your print is pulled across your poster, by hand. When you order a poster. Let’s say 50 posters at 3 colors. That means each color is pulled one or two times to get the ink to lay down just right. That is 150 to 300 passes by a human hand to recreate your digital artwork in a physical form.

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Dollar Bills, Y'all!

I do not have pricing tables on my site. I quote each job custom based on all the variables for that particular job and prices can fluctuate as we look at different poster sizes, number of colors, print process needed, and quantity. Get ahold of me and let's talk the details that pertain to your job and see what we can do to zero in on the best price possible while making the quality across the board the most important factor.

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THINGS TO KNOW

I just want a few prints. can you do that?

I have a 24 print minimum for a single color, one-sided print. The amount of setup and production work that goes into getting a job on press really makes single prints and small runs not cost-effective.

Exclusively French paper? Why?

Where do I start? Quality. There is no better paper for laying down ink with a squeegee in my humble estimation. The look, the feel, the sheer number of color choices. Paper perfection. But let's get personal. They are family owned. for almost 150 years. That counts for so much. Additionally I have gotten to personally know and become friends with Brian French and you stick by your friends and support them. I may not be a high-roller but my money goes to them.

Hand-pulled? What does that mean? why does it matter?

Every print, every step of the way is done by hand. No machines.  Prepping and coating screens. Lining up films to make sure things are locked in place. Paper being racked up and laid on the table to register it just right. The perfect color mix. Then, the fun part. Each color in your print is pulled across  your poster, by hand.

When you order a poster. Let’s say 50 posters at 3 colors. That means each color is pulled one or two times to get the ink to lay down just right. That is 150 to 300 passes by a human hand to recreate your artwork. Cool.

What should I expect from a hand-pulled print?

I strive to make every print as perfect as I can. But sometimes the sheer fact that it is a human process from beginning to end lends that imperfect magic to the prints. Sometimes those happy accidents occur that take a print to a place we didn’t think of.

SCREEN PRINTED POSTERS!

FEEL THAT INK
DIGITAL PRINTING
doesn't
even come close!
pair that up with some
french paper goodness
and it just doesn't get any better