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Art Reproduction

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There are usually three steps involved in making high-quality art reproductions:

1. Photographing and/or scanning your art.
2. Color-correction and proofing.
3. Making the print.

Photography and Scanning

If you already have a good photograph of your art, we can scan it into our system. But, these days, photography is not necessary. We can scan your art, no matter what size, directly into our system bypassing photography altogether.

Color-correction and Proofing

You have the opportunity to judge the color accuracy. We make a small proof for you to examine and tune the color as close to the original as possible. Our new printer, which features a 12-color ink set allows us to reproduce almost any color you can imagine.

Making the Print

We use long-lasting pigment-based inks and true, acid-free archival paper and canvas. The prints are museum-quality reproductions, which means you cannot see any dots and you may not be able to see any difference between the print and your original art.