I have used http://imagekind.com for producing very gook inkjet/giclee prints, with a choice of
papers. Might be more economical to set the prints up in a larger image and then cut them up when
you get the prints back. You would need time to let them flatten out, as they come rolled in a tube.
On 9/2/15 8:11 PM, Marni Fylling wrote:
> Hi everybody.
> I know there's a discussion like this about once a year, but I also know that technology keeps
> changing, so I don't feel too bad about bugging everyone...
> I got invited to show some of my work in a small exhibit of pieces for sale, in November.
> I'm going to have a few block prints, and also thought it would be nice to have some of the pieces I
> did for my little tide pool book- but I don't want to show/sell the originals.
> What is a good-quality, economical way to get just a few prints? I'm thinking maybe 8x10" size...
> Suggestions for method and places would be much appreciated.
> I'm in the New York City area, which may or may not matter.
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