Creative ways to print and display your photos

A standard framed photo hung on the wall is what most people choose for their home. If you’re looking for something new and creative, consider displaying your images in custom shapes or capture images to create your own unique photo alphabet. With our ability to print direct to different substrates, there are countless ways to show them off.

Hearts, circles, leaves, or stars…you can collage your photographs, or choose one photo and apply an artistic silhouette. It is an easy and inexpensive way to create a striking focal point for any room. We can print direct to plexiglas, brushed metal, or a sleek black plastic. The custom shape is easy to apply in Illustrator and cut out on our digital router. Perfect for displaying above a couch, bed, or mantel.

Create a custom personalized piece by grabbing your camera and taking alphabet photography. Pick the word you want to spell out and hit the streets looking for themes that will form your letters. Look for silhouettes, letters on printed signs, shapes found in nature and architecture. Compile the ‘letters’ together and print out as one piece or print each letter separate to be hung in a variety of arrangements. You can even print on to tiles that can be installed in to a back splash. This composite created by Janelle Bradshaw spells out her last name.

With a little imagination these projects can make a one of a kind accent for any room in your house or as a custom-made gift.

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2018-09-14T16:51:15+00:00April 1st, 2010|Categories: Art, Design, Direct to Substrate Printing, Interior Design|Tags: , |

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