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We are moving!

We are moving!

For the last four decades, Reed Art & Imaging has owned and occupied the building at 888 Federal Blvd., in Denver, Colorado. That is about to change for us. Due to a roadway widening project, by the City and County of Denver, we will be losing our entire customer parking lot. “Staying was simply notRead more about We are moving![…]

Reed Art & Imaging Announces Move to Lakewood’s 40 West Arts District

Reed Art & Imaging Announces Move to Lakewood’s 40 West Arts District

NEWS RELEASE June 13, 2017 For more information contact: Lu Stasko, The Stasko Agency 303/477-9902 (Office) 720/404-4507 (Mobile) For Immediate Release Reed Art & Imaging Announces Move to Lakewood’s 40 West Arts District — Long-running printmaker has acquired a new home on West Colfax Avenue — DENVER, CO – Reed Art & Imaging, one ofRead more about Reed Art & Imaging Announces Move to Lakewood’s 40 West Arts District[…]

Reed Celebrates 40 Years

Reed Celebrates 40 Years

We’ve seen great change in the decades since we opened our doors. Some creative mediums have shifted away from slower technologies into faster methods that allow artists to move faster into distribution of their editions.  Forty years ago, the internet was used exclusively by educational and government institutions and the idea and personal computing was limited toRead more about Reed Celebrates 40 Years[…]

Art Lenses and the Photographic Print – are you wasting money?

Art Lenses and the Photographic Print – are you wasting money?

Lightjet versus Lambda – are you wasting the money you spent on expensive art lenses? Large format printing and why the LightJet is superior: It’s in the details – literally, The construction of the Lightjet is superior to the Lambda due to the ways that each device projects it’s laser light onto the photographic paper. TheRead more about Art Lenses and the Photographic Print – are you wasting money?[…]

The Difference Between Pigment Prints and LightJet Digital C-Prints

The Difference Between Pigment Prints and LightJet Digital C-Prints

Q: What is the difference between lightjet digital c-print and Giclee? Which is better quality? Thanks! ~ A. A. LightJet uses laser light to expose chromogenic photographic paper, which is then chemically developed and fully cleansed to create the archival dyes that render the fine-art image. Giclee printing uses electrical impulses to deposit archival pigments ontoRead more about The Difference Between Pigment Prints and LightJet Digital C-Prints[…]

How Colors are Created in the Digital World

How Colors are Created in the Digital World

This short basics post will prime you to understand how colors are specified in digital files. In the reproduction market, of which Reed Art & Imaging is a part of, we use digitally driven devices to make faithful reproductions of original art, photographic captures and digital graphic designs. To accomplish this task with any hopesRead more about How Colors are Created in the Digital World[…]