Welcome to Prints on Wood!

Overstock Sale On Create Your Own Prints * Save Over 50% Off Select Sizes * Get Started HERE
Take 30% Off Create Your Own Photo Wood Prints With Code: DAD30 * Get Started NOW

custom wood print

  • Promote your product on wood

    Why promote your non-ordinary product in a ordinary way?  The idea is to stand out above other products and catch the eye of the consumer.  Oatly, the latest and greatest oat milk that is making it's debut in America had the right idea.  Oatly reached out to us to print custom wood signs for coffee shops throughout United States that carry their fabulous milk product.

    This small sign carries a big message and is easy to place on a shelf, near the register or on a ledge in any coffee establishment.

    So what is the new craze that has hit the US market?  This Swedish oat milk has taken 25 years to create and perfect and it taste amazing!  Now your coffee will be raised to a whole level of deliciousness.  "The idea behind Oatly was to find a way to make a nutritious liquid product for people who just didn’t like cow’s milk or were unwilling to use it for personal reasons. Today, the concept of producing a drink directly from oats instead of first feeding oats to a cow and letting the cow process them into milk is an option but back when we started in the 1990's most people thought we were totally crazy. That’s okay, we are happy to be right where we are now making quality liquid oat products for you to enjoy. Thank you very much."

    What is great is that Oatly wanted to promote its natural product on a natural product, wood.  It's simple, yet profound. These wood signs come with a stand slot in the back and are lightweight, easy to move around and easy to keep clean.

    Look for these signs next time you are out getting your caffeine fix.  A new way to enhance your latte has just arrived, the Oatly way.

  • Artist Spotlight - Charlie Immer

    This month's artist spotlight goes to, envelope please...Charlie Immer.  Who is this fun artist who's artwork displays globs of goo with a fun twist? Charlie Immer is an American fine artist and illustrator. He was born in 1983 and lives in Maryland with a collection of skeletons and candy. Drawing inspiration from horror films, cartoons, nature, candy, and video games, Charlie enjoys dissecting his subjects which creates a contrast between colorful simple characters and the complex beauty of the anatomy within them. His work has been shown across the nation and has appeared been featured in magazines like Juxtapoz and Hi-Fructose. Immer holds a BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design.

    Prints on Wood recently released one of Charlie's art pieces called "Fester" and it sold out quickly.

    Fester has a colorful array of globs that add a sense of humor to a complex image.  Why make the blood typical red when other color options are so much more appealing?  That is one of the traits that Charlie brings to his work.

    "The contrast of the smooth bodies and the complex systems beneath spilling out is very appealing to me. As I’m painting I also try to assign flavors to my characters like blueberry and green apple.” – Charlie Immer

    Lets take a look at some other fun prints by Charlie.

    What is so unique about Charlie as an artist is the ability to incorporate horror images with a cartoonish flair.  You will see a commonality of the use with skeletons in his artwork.

    Prints on Wood is thrilled to have had this opportunity to offer "Fester" to art fans and look forward to working with Charlie again in the future.

  • Artist Spotlight - Amy Hamilton

    This month's artist spotlight is Canadian artist Amy Hamilton who is inspired by wildlife and the great outdoors. Using both digital and traditional mediums, the graphic designer and illustrator’s work features dream-like animal portraits and nature-inspired artwork. Drips, splatters, and layered brushstrokes give life and movement to her illustrations as she aims to capture the untamed beauty of nature.

    Lets take a look at some of Amy's beautiful work that are available to you through Prints on Wood.

    Amy's amazing ability to capture the animal in movement with an airy sense is magical.

    Here the drips of paint represent the antlers of the moose and stags which gives the painting an imperfect, but perfect touch.

    Capturing these birds in flight with an array of colors is stunning, and the details that Amy gives these beautiful creatures is breathtaking.  No matter what your style of decor in your home is, the prints can give your home a sense of nature and wonderment.

    Amy's appreciation of nature gives her the ability to capture the animals' life in its eyes, almost as though they are looking right at you.  Here you can almost feel the gentleness of this fawn and sit in awe of its innocence.

    These are just a few images that Amy has to offer, there are so many to choose from. Stop and enjoy the beauty of nature in Amy's brushstrokes and be mesmerized by her visions.

  • Google Indie Games Festival- Award plaques

    Looking for a new way to create a trophy or plaque?  Prints on Wood has a solution - Wood Prints!  Wood prints are an innovative way to present an award that won't be just another trophy sitting on a shelf collecting dust.  Since innovation is what the Google Indie Games Festival is all about, they came to the right place for some awesome award plaques.

    This portrait style wood print was printed on birch wood with a bright white finish which allows the wood grain to show through.  As you can see, this collectible art piece looks so nice on wood, there is no frame needed.

    So what is the Google Indie Festival?

    "GBM (producer of Gamasutra.com and the Game Developers Conference) established the Independent Games Festival in 1998 to encourage innovation in game development and to recognize the best independent game developers."

    "We wanted to create a similar event to Sundance for independent game developers - and that's just what we've succeeded in doing with the Independent Game Festival which has awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash prizes (and brought major exposure and a much higher profile) to a multitude of indie and student game developers who have entered."

    For more information about this cool festival, go to www.igf.com.   They have announced the 2018 Finalist that will receive this super cool award.

  • Artist Spotlight - Anna Tillett

    What do you get when you mix food with fun, quirky and pure imagination?  Well, as artist Anna Tillett would describe her own works  as - "a hootenanny of all things cute and illustrated."

    Anna's artwork takes you to a world of sweet sensations and childhood memories that bring nothing but a smile to your face.  Her illustrations are so colorful and detailed, you can almost taste the sprinkles on the ice cream, smell the donut or hear the voice of the painted character with their cat eye glasses with a slight snobbish tone of voice.  Lets take a look of some of Anna's artwork that Prints on Wood has to offer - beware...can cause a slight appetite surge.

    Courtesan Au Chocolat

    Now this print is just too adorable. What you will find with Anna's prints is the humorous and human look on a food or animal form that adds a fun twist to your art collection.

    Thin MInt

    Calling all Girl Scouts or cookie lovers!  Yup, those Thin Mint cookies are just too hard to pass up.  This cool cookie radiates tastiness.

    Cotton Candy Carnie

    Carnie's soft spun hair just melts in your mouth.  One of Anna's quote's about her artwork is "Drawing cute stuff is serious business."  We could not agree more.

    Kiss Me

    Looking for a great Valentine's Day print?  We've got the perfect image for you.  I love how Anna's prints have the slight annoyed look in their eyes, which contradicts the sweetness they resemble.  There are so many prints to choose from with this artists, who could just choose one?

    About the artist -

    Here is some background information on Anna and some cool publications her work has been featured in.

    Anna Tillett holds a B.F.A. in Illustration from Memphis College of Art.  You can currently find her illustrating her next goofy idea and eating all the pizza in the Beehive State of Utah.

    Tillett's work has been licensed for use as set decor on the ABC Family Movie "The Mistle-tones" and Disney's T.V. series "Andi Mack", as well as spotted in episode 4 of the HGTV show Emily Henderson's "Secrets From a Stylist".  You can currently find her work in stores and galleries such as Signed and Numbered of Salt Lake City, Tin Top of Winchester, VA, Viva Pops of San Diego, Sassysquatch tees at Threadless.com, and her original paintings represented through Graphite Galleries of New Orleans.

    Clients and works in print include:  Markwin's International, Honda, Threadless, Nie Studio, Viva Pops, The Imagineering Company of San Francisco, Chefables, Delicious Decadence Granola, La Ranchita's, Pop Elation, SnoCal Shaved Ice, Bonelli's Cafe Italia, Bank Tennessee, Alternatives Unlimited, artist feature in the book Sweet and Bizarre by Monsa Publications 2017Art credit in Better Homes and Garden magazine July 2015 issue, illustrator for Paul the Red-Billed Puffin, illustrator for Colleen the Chameleon, illustrator for Hoover the Talking Seal, illustrator for Holler for the Dollar, and "12 Dancing Princesses with Two Left Feet" selected for print in Communication Arts Illustration Annual 43.

     

  • Prints On Wood - Giving Back

    Now is the time for all of us to band together and help those in need.  Here is one way we can give back to those who have been affected by the recent hurricanes.  Starting today, Prints on Wood is giving $5 of every order to the Direct Relief to help the victims of these tragic events.  The give back campaign is running from September 12, 2017 - October 12, 2017.

    Prints on Wood wants to do what we can to help those who are suffering from the natural disasters that have hit Texas, Florida and the southern states.  All of us can make a difference, no matter how small it may seem.

    "Life's most persistent and urgent question is, What are you doing for others?" - Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Vintage Prints - A Photo With A Story

    Photographs tell a story.  What the stories are, we may never know, however, we are intrigued by the uniqueness of the images and words they never speak. We have some great vintage photo art prints that would be great conversation pieces to add to your walls.

     

    Museum Wood Print

    This is a great photo image.  Its old, but yet the colors pop. You are drawn to the bold red doors and curious what is behind the glass. This photo image would look amazing in a room full of books or old antiques.

    Cut and Color Wood Print

    I can only imagine the conversations that took place here.  This haunting, yet quieting photo image makes you wonder...where did everyone go?  The bright lime green walls are downplayed by the subtle brown chairs and peeling paint from the walls which appears like confetti on the ground. If you enjoy the beauty of deserted, storytelling photos, this is a winner.

    El Cortez Wood Print

    Old buildings such as this have such stunning architecture.  Everything from the windows to the ledges are so impressive.  This image of the El Cortez hotel would hang beautifully by itself or in accompaniment with other images.  The El Cortez is a landmark hotel that was built in 1926 in San Diego and once was the tallest building in the city.  Now this is a picture that has many stories about it.

    No Vacancy Wood Print

    I love how this photo art image has the rough edges on it which gives it an old vintage look.  The block glass windows and color of the building draw you in.  Photo art can be fun, nostalgic, sad, youthful, angry, haunting, soothing and many other things.  The image may already have a story about it, or you can create a story with the images on your walls.

  • Artist Spotlight - Sugar Fueled

    Prints on Wood was recently visited by artist, Sugar Fueled/Michael Banks! Michael stopped by to personally sign each fine art piece we had printed. This piece is called Cream and is a limited edition fine art custom wood print that has already sold out.

    Sugar Fueled - Cream

    Michael Banks is a freelance artist from Burbank, CA who specializes in pop surrealism, lowbrow oil paintings and comics filled with cute, big eyed characters and animals in colorful, candy filled scenes. Michael planted his roots as an artist over 22 years ago selling tattoo flash around the world and has since ventured in tattoos, clothing, music, street art, stencil pop art, sketch cards, children's stories and comics that have led him to the sweet world that he resides and paints in today. Michael's art has taken on adventures in every major city across the United States.  Lets take a look at some of the other adorable sweet and yummy prints that we have printed of Michael's artwork.

    Before Cream, there was Frosting.  

    Spooky is a Boo-tiful creation perched on top of a mound of yumminess.

    Lastly, there is Sprinkle.  Who wouldn't love this tempting sweet donut with the wide eyed kitty? 

    Sugar Fueled art pieces are great for all ages and play on the emotions of sweetness, innocence and playfulness.  Watch for the next edition from Sugar Fueled, they are a limited editions and sell out quickly.

  • Hang with Hangar24

    Hangar24 Craft Brewery is located in Redlands, California and has been around for years! They recently reached out to us with a special project… recreating their flight trays! Many breweries have very standard looking flight trays and Hangar24 wanted something more unique to their brand. If you aren’t too familiar with what a flight is, it’s simply a sampling of several drinks. Most companies offer a flight option to enable their customers to try a bit of everything they have to offer. It’s a great way to introduce more of your products.

    Photo Courtesy of Huy. Y (Yelp)

    Here is a photo of Hangar24’s flight current flight tray. It gets the job done but it’s not very unique and doesn’t say much about their brand. It could be anyone’s flight! If someone posted this photo onto their Instagram, you wouldn’t know where they got it from because it doesn’t say anything about Hangar24.

    Our team worked with an idea that Hangar24 presented for their new, improved flight tray and brought it to life. The new flight tray is designed around their logo. In fact, the entire top of the flight tray is the logo! The shape is different than anything you’ve seen before. Hangar24 was created with the passion for good beer and a love for flying so of course their flight tray should have wings! Our team printed their logo onto wood and had it cut to form the shape of their logo. Then holes were cut for the drinks and slits were cut to hold informational cards about the drinks offered in the flight.

    On the bottom of the flight tray we have four pegs holding it up. Very simple idea but the wood design makes the flight tray look extremely clean and matches Hangar24’s brand well.

    Here is the completed flight tray with glasses in it! This is just our first run of the custom wood project. We still have a few things to clean up and a few more adjustments to make to the tray, but we are very satisfied with the outcome so far. Will definitely be posting photos of the finished product when it is complete. Don’t forget to go ahead and check them out yourselves when we finish them at Hangar24! Take lots of photos and send them our way!

  • Artist Spotlight: Jason Limon

    Prints on Wood was recently visited by artist, Jason Limon! He stopped by to personally sign each fine art piece we had printed. This piece is called Light and is a limited edition fine art custom wood print with only 20 copies! 

    Jason Limon is both a painter and a sculptor. His amazing work has been displayed all over the United States in multiple galleries. His work has also reached some parts of Europe as well. He style is based on mythological creatures and paranormal cryptids portrayed with a hint of humor with a dose of strangeness. We have worked with Limon many times previously and each of his works sell out time after time! They are a real crowd favorite.

    Here is another piece that demonstrates Limon’s style. This one is called Meridiem. Through this piece you can see his character brought to life in dimensional form. With the previous knowledge of how quickly Limon’s pieces sell I would definitely jump on the opportunity now.

    For more information about Jason Limon, please visit http://www.limon-art.com/

Items 1 to 10 of 39 total

Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4