Print, Framing and Beyond

We operate out of a 15,000 sq ft purpose-built factory.  Here we can print, frame and finish the products that have been so carefully designed.  We have the space and facilities to welcome artists and sculptors to produce items in-house.

Because we make the majority of artworks here, we are fast to react to client demands.  Things don’t always go to plan on projects and we know the importance of getting it fixed – quickly.

Our doors are always open to clients who want to come and see what we do.

Our Framing workshop includes:

  • Cold and Hot Press for mounting prints
  • Robotic Mount-card Cutter
  • Ink Jet and Laser Jet Printers
  • Glass and Board cutters
  • Mitre saws and Under Pinners

Additional in-house equipment includes:

  • Vinyl Printers and Cutters
  • Wallpaper Printers and Trimmers
  • Photography Studio


At Indigo Art Ltd we take pride in our contribution to the sustainability of our planet.

The materials we utilise for print, framing, transportation and installation are carefully selected to ensure they are as environmentally friendly and sustainably sourced as possible.

Our paper, mount card and frames are FSC Certified (Forest Stewardship Council), which means they have been sourced from well-managed forests and/or recyclable materials. When you see the FSC logo, you can be assured that the certified materials are from a sustainable environment.

Image of the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) logo


Quality Control

Every department within Indigo Art Ltd takes responsibility for their output, to ensure that at each stage of the print, framing or packaging process our high standards are met and that our team is fully invested in producing great quality work.

The quality of our print work is vital to the satisfaction of our customers. We have extra quality processes and confer with our teams to guarantee the best possible final print output for every project before our proposals are even submitted to the interior designers or premises owners.

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