A little bit of website maintenance, and gallery wraps galore!

Rolling liquid laminate onto canvas

Rolling liquid laminate onto canvas


It’s another hot summer day here in Glen Arm: 97 degrees and rainforest-like. We have two larger microfilm digitization jobs which we’re currently seeing through, both of which should be ready to ship by next week.  I spent part of today hiding inside in the AC, revising and refitting a lot of the content on our website. Most noticeably, check out the new Frequently Asked Questions section in the navigation area. It’s got new FAQs for Book / Newspaper / Photo Scanning and Fine Art Scanning which are live right now, and others which will be up in the next few days. Essentially, we want to preload the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about our services, and this is a great way to do it.

Finished 18x24 premium gallery wrap, ready to hang

Finished 18x24 premium gallery wrap, ready to hang

On the giclée printing side of the house, as first seen on our Facebook page, we’re currently running a summer special for our artists and photographers: for a limited time, 18″x24″ premium gallery wraps on Breathing Color’s Lyve canvas, sealed with Breathing Color’s Timeless UV laminate, are just $99 plus shipping. This is a fabulous deal using some of the highest quality materials available today, for true museum-quality fine art printing. Here’s the way it works: you can send us your images via this link. We recommend selecting image files with a minimum resolution of 3,150 x 4,200 pixels to guarantee sharp, quality printing at this size, and we prefer to receive uncompressed TIFFs; but we’ll accept high-quality JPEGs and PSDs too. We’ll print your images out on Lyve canvas, and mirror the edges of the image in Photoshop so that when the canvas is wrapped and stretched onto the stretcher bars, the image continues around the sides of the wooden frame. Before we stretch the canvas, we’ll seal it with the Timeless product as shown above.  Timeless is a premium liquid laminate (gloss or matte finish) which adds a degree of UV and scuff resistance while increasing color saturation and keeping the thin coat of pigment ink from cracking off of the canvas when it’s stretched. Finally, we precisely stretch the sealed canvas onto a wooden frame. The result is a beautiful piece of artwork, ready to hang and enjoy for years to come.

Enjoy the rest of the summer!

– Jim and the team at Creekside Digital

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Exciting news! All of the 18,677 (give or take a few) posters from our mass digitization project with National Museum of American History are now available online!

For the Archives Center Princeton University Posters Collection visit: sova.si.edu/record/NMAH.AC.0433 or search "Princeton University Posters Collection" on collections.si.edu

For the Political and Military History collections, visit: collections.si.edu/search/results.htm?q=set_name:%22Princeton+Posters%22

You can also check out this BTS video from our production: youtu.be/LERRgaDiYK4
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The leaves are starting to change, but this week we’re in full bloom kicking off a project with Smithsonian Gardens 🌳🌺⛲️ We will be digitizing 50,000 35mm slides and 120mm film transparencies over the next 4 months! #digitization ... See MoreSee Less

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