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Beautiful reproduction prints of all kinds of art prints made on 100% cotton art paper.
Exceptional quality photo prints that are made to last using fade resistant pigment inks.
We print to a range of high quality papers by Canson, Hahnemühle and Ilford.
Our 100% cotton, museum quality canvas prints are stretched and ready to hang.
We're a digital imaging studio focused on genuine relationships and high quality work.
Professional digitisation for artists looking to create fine art reproductions.
High quality digitisation of family photos and albums.
Capture your family slide collection in high resolution using professional equipment.
Looking to digitise larger objects and family heirlooms?
Digitisation of fragile photos, documents and other objects.
High resolution digitisation to National Archives of Australia specifications.
We work with a quality over quantity approach, valuing genuine relationships with our clients.
We believe that our collective future depends on actively minimising our environmental impact.
We work hard to actively protect the copyright and IP of creatives.
We utilise a variety of high quality equipment to digitise and print with exceptional detail.
Framed art prints, ready to collect and hang or ship direct to your clients.
Local framers in Canberra for your new art prints and family photos.
We have a long term vision supported by strong core values to do business differently.
We're a small and diverse team determined to deliver exceptional results for our clients.
Our printing, digitisation and professional services rates.
Naming your print files to they’re easy to find and organised is an important part of managing your digital assets. Here are our recommendations to make it easier for you to manage your digital file collection for print.
Using a system that’s simple and easy to follow will help you create and maintain a system that works for you and is easy to understand for your printer.
Can I use spaces in my filenames?
Yes, there was a time when spaces in filenames could cause problems but modern operating systems don’t suffer from this same issue. Best practice still recommends that you don’t use spaces but this comes with a compromise in readability.
What about special characters?
The only two special characters you should use in filenames is – and _ all other characters can cause problems when working between different operating systems
We recommend 64 characters, modern operating systems support filenames up to 255 characters.
We name our files using the following format: ArtworkTitle_CreativeName_Size_Paper.tiff
Using Paper Abbreviations
We use the following abbreviations for our papers, most fine art printers will use a similar system so whether you print with us, or with another printer, it’ll be easy to communicate your preferred paper choice.
Folder Structure is also an important aspect of managing your files.
We believe in building a sustainable, future-focused business that invests in our team, our clients, our community and our environment.
Our fine art print and archival digitisation studio is carbon neutral.