I can help with any and all aspects of your printing projects. We can do the photography, work with your existing photography and do full graphic design or work with your rough or finished design work.
Always put your best foot forward. Your best opportunity to sell your work is when your customer is looking at it, but when they don't buy on the spot you need to give them a reason to remember you and your work. Giving them a beautiful postcard or color business card can be that tool. I am ready, willing and able to help you promote yourself and your creations.
We have produced hundreds of beautiful cards, flyers and catalogs for our clients for over 20 years. I feel confident that my choice of printers is the best value for my customers.
Artist Statement Cards (4” x 9” or 5.5” x 8.5”) are multi-picture cards printed on both sides on 14 pt. card stock and UV coated (high gloss). These cards are a highly successful promotional product. They provide what I describe as “focused marketing,” taking the eye of the viewer from image to image as opposed to traditional group shots where the viewer must find each object in the photograph. They are more expensive than regular postcards, but they are more likely to be remembered and saved.
Postcards are available in many sizes, but we usually think of the 4"x6" size as the standard today. I have a great source for printing cards. They finish and ship the job in 2-3 days. They print on 14 pt.UV High Gloss stock in 4”x6", 4”x9”, 5.5"x8.5", and 6"x9" sizes. I actually prefer the 4x6 size because it will fit in a regular business envelope.
Color business cards are an excellent, inexpensive way to be remembered by your clients and potential clients. Even a truly well-designed business card on a nice custom stock is not as memorable as a good color image of your work. Color business cards bring people back for another look at your work and remind them of you and your work when they get home.
Catalog sheets / flyers are more geared to artisans who feature reproducible objects as a means of ordering and re-ordering. There are two basic formats for these; the single photograph with many objects featured in a tasteful layout and the multi-photo layout, again featuring what I call “focused marketing,” where the eye moves from image to image.
The single group shot flyer is more economical and perfectly suited for many lines. The multi-image flyer is often best suited for higher-end items or items which have greater detail to be shown. They also work best if folding options are desired.