I am in the studio, but currently working limited hours where I will follow up to go over project details and confirm timing. As a 1-person studio I am also following the Social Distancing Requirements and all health and safety recommendations.
Suitable for framing.
There's something really unique about watching your design transform from the pen or screen – to layers of ink being screen printed on paper one color at a time. Where in the end it becomes a tactile piece of art you can hold in your hands or is framed up on a wall. And where I understand budgets don't always allow screen printing to be used for every project, I will try to find ways to be efficient on various levels to allow this process to be a viable option for your project. And true to my word, I don't miss deadlines, never ever. Yup! Plus with more than 25 years of design experience, I can give you some tips to take advantage of screen printing techniques to enhance your project.
Please fill out the following screen print estimate form to get started:
I do not print on fabric.
Review the Ink Lounge Image Rights Policy to make sure your design can be printed at my studio.
Once an estimate is approved, a full invoice is submitted. If the project total is under $500.00, payment is due at project start to keep everything on schedule. If the project total is more than $500, then 50% of the total is required at project start with the remainder due on completion. All invoices are due before projects leave the studio.
Please Note: if a project is a rush, 100% of fees are due at start.
The French Paper Company is the place to go for colored paper. It's a sixth-generation, family-owned paper mill, located on the banks of the St. Joseph River in Niles, Michigan U.S.A.
Great selection of colors and recommend either 80# or 100# cover.
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