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Printing and Framing Notre Dame

Notre Dame Print by Sharpeye Framing

It’s estimated that there are more than 100,000 Notre Dame Fighting Irish alumni out there. They live among us and they likely wear their alma mater on their sleeve, both literally and figuratively.

Now, those alumni can wear their alma mater on their walls with limited edition Notre Dame panoramic specialty prints produced by Sharpeye Framing, Michigan City, Ind.

Notre Dame’s marketing communications department first contacted Sharpeye Framing for its print fulfilment services. Then, Sharpeye Framing was commissioned to produce the limited edition prints based on the quality, efficiency and detail of its work the company provides.

Prints by Sharpeye FramingThe prints are created from photos of Notre Dame’s campus today and one of the original structures from the school’s founding in 1849 taken at sunset.

Sharpeye Framing chose the matting and frames to border the prints and will also produce limited edition canvas gallery wraps. The photos are reproduced on Sunset Photo eSatin Paper 300g for the framed pieces and Sunset by Fredrix Matte Canvas for the gallery wraps on a Canon iPF8400.

“The Sunset Photo eSatin is our standard photo paper that we use for all of our photography reproduction. It’s a great heavyweight and durable product we’ve used for years,” says Ryan Wanke, president of Sharpeye Framing. “Fredrix has the best canvas weave out there, so the new Sunset by Fredrix canvas has become our stock canvas. It’s great for stretching because there are no issues with cracking.”

Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past two decades as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene.

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