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Smart design isn't a luxury. It’s a necessity that’s increasingly recognized as a key driver of business success in today's highly competitive environment.

Hi, I'm Rick Snizik at Eleven Eleven Design. Welcome, and thanks for visiting the site! Whether you’re a small start-up or a larger enterprise that's been around for awhile, I’ll bring a mix of intelligent design and marketing experience to your project using a full range of media and many different skill sets. When you work with Eleven Eleven, you’ll partner with a professional who loves what he does, listens to what you say, and works hard to ensure your success and complete satisfaction. From print to identity to photography, you’ll get tailored design and communications that tells your story and makes a difference to your bottom line.


Specialties include:

Logos  |  Stationery  |  Book Covers  |  direct mail  |  brochures  |  annual reports  |  publications  |  Architectural & Real Estate Photography  |  Fine Art Photography  |  digital illustrations  |  Wide-Format Imaging




Click here for my report, "15 Keys to Creating the Perfect Lead-Generating Brochure."

From digital capture and museum-quality printing to art marketing, Eleven Eleven is creating happiness pixel by pixel.


Leverage the income potential of every piece. From single prints to complete editions, you can build your brand and get your work into the hands of collectors. I'll work closely with you to create archival reproductions of your work and give you the tools you need to market them.

Eleven Eleven's fine art reproduction services include high-resolution digital capture, color correction, image editing, on-site storage of images, and museum-quality output on many archival substrates, including canvas, fine art papers, photo papers, and metallic substrates. 

I also offer a range of marketing services and products for fine artists and photographers, including product photography, website assistance, brochure, and note card development.


The Marketing Advantages of Reproducing Your Work for Sale

Selling prints puts your work in the hands of many buyers who, for various reasons, may not otherwise be in the market for original art. Many more people will have the chance to become acquainted with your name and work, which means the value of your reputation and your creative output—including your prints—will rise accordingly. It's a win-win situation for both artists and their collectors.


The Cost Advantages of the Giclée Process

Advances in photographic, digital printing and ink technologies have made reproducing your work a very simple and cost-effective proposition. Gone are the days of expensive color separations, metal plates and high-volume offset print runs of 1,000 or more. You can now print as many as you need, when you need them, without tying up money in inventory that's not selling. Plus, since your artwork has been captured and saved in a high-resolution digital file, you can be assured of consistent results whenever you decide to print more in the future.


How Are the Prints Made?

All digital photographic, fine art, and photo mural prints are printed using an Epson 9900 wide-format printer and Epson Ultrachrome HDR aqueous (water-based) inks for superior accuracy, clarity, and color fidelity. Print permanence ratings for Ultrachrome HDR inks can be found on the Wilhelm Image Research website.


Get It Wrapped and Ready to Hang

Choose a 1.50" or 1.75" deep heavy duty (HD) gallery wrap to finish your canvas print. All wraps include a clear acrylic UV protective coating applied prior to stretching and come with D-rings and hanging wire installed. Edges can be white, solid, or mirrored from the image for a continuous look.


Download the 2015 Giclée Price List here.