We offer traditional printmaking services in monotype, lithography, intaglio, relief and digital print processes for galleries, foundations, and individual artists. Pricing varies based on project parameters. Please contact EFA RBPMW at email@example.com or 646.416.6226 for more information.
Our Printers Without Presses have been trained to assist artists in the workshop. They are availible for edition work, as technical advisors on personal projects, or for private instruction. Pricing is project specific. Please contact EFA RBPMW at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646.416.6226 for more information.
EFA RBPMW has two fully self-sufficient editioning rooms available for members to use for $250 per day. The etching editioning room has a 36” x 60” Charles Brand Press, separate soaking sink and staple-down unit. The litho editioning room has a 40” x 72” Takach-Garfield electric press with a plate backer and rollers. Both rooms are fully stocked with basic supplies (inks, solvents, etc.) Please contact EFA RBPMW at email@example.com or 646.416.6226 for more information.
1st 1- 144 square inches (12” x 12” plate or smaller) $40
Each additional square inch $0.25
Remove existing plating $5.00
NOTE: Additional charges may apply for services required out side of the normal services listed above. In these cases, all additional charges will be discussed and agreed upon prior to plating.
Our staff is available to grind and level your litho stone for you. Turnaround is one week.
$60 for stones under 18” x 22”
$100 for stones over 18” x 22”
The shop is equipped with a metal halide Olec exposure unit and can shoot plates up to 36” x 60”. Photo plate production pricing begins with a flat rate and then varies based on the size of the plate and complexity of exposure.
Price = $60 + cost of plate
WHAT IS A RISOGRAPH?
Using the same methods of color reproduction as Lithography and Screen Printing, Riso printing allows for a fast, cost-effective, eco-friendly print alternative to produce posters, small prints, and artist books. It is usually recommended for print runs 50 to 1,000.