We have developed ways of printing that are exclusive to FLOW including the famous CARBON ARCHIVAL PRINTS and our 'KODACHROME' LED BACKLIT PRINTS.
Please contact us to discuss how we may apply our exclusive techniques to your artwork.
|A Size||MM||TRAD SIZE||COST EA|
|A5||148 x 210 297||5" x 7"||£25|
|A4||210 x 297||10" x 8"||£38|
|A3||290 x 420||16" x 12"||£56|
|A2||420 x 594||20" x 16"||£81|
|20" x 24"||510 x 610||20" x 24"||£93|
|A1||594 x 841||◊||£132|
FLOW makes the finest quality inkjet prints with exceptional attention to detail. In addition to this, FLOW’s founder, Alex Schneideman, has developed a new way of printing black and white prints.
Combining the latest technologies and traditional handmade papers Alex has set a new standard in monochrome printing. A carbon archival print (PC print) is made exclusively on uncoated paper. The resulting prints are characterised by rich blacks, delicate highlights and an organic, ‘living’ quality.
Please ask Alex to show you some examples.
We have developed an exciting new way to make backlit prints that resemble illuminated ‘KODACHROME’ transparencies. Our special process enables us to produce illuminated prints with solid blacks and vivid colours.
The technology allows us to make the prints very thin which can be mounted in almost any frame. In addition they can be dimmed and used as light sources.
PLED light boxes are very versatile and consume very little power.
FLOW offers JETRIX printing which allows prints to made onto almost any surface using the UV LED technology. Using JETRIX you can print on to many surfaces including
JETRIX technology allows printing which is weather resistant and can be applied to many different surfaces for many different purposes. Please get in touch and we will be delighted to discuss all the options with you.PRICES
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