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Archival Ink Jet Prints on a choice of papers or even canvas! Optional custom matting and framing! Configure your own colored matte/frame options and preview your finished artwork with the Online Customizer! Stretched Canvas Prints in Your Choice of Gallery or Museum Wraps are also available!

  • Stunning Museum Quality Ink Jet Prints!
  • Archival Inks and a wide choice of Archival Papers!
  • Optional Custom Matting and Framing!
  • Configure your own matte/frame options!
  • Configureable Widths, Double Mattes, and a Wide Variety of Colors!
  • Hundreds of Frame Colors and Styles to Choose From!
  • Preview your Finished Artwork with the Online Configurator!
  • Stretched Canvas Prints in Your Choice of Gallery
    or Museum Wraps are also available!

  • Specializing in custom created, 3D captured, as well as 2D to 3D converted, lenticular artworks for architecture, advertising, home decor, luxury vehicles, and promotional items. We also offer the museum & gallery gift shop industry a variety of motion, flip and 3D collection utilization solutions to generate reveue. Small animated cards, 4 season flips of exteriors, before and after photos, 3D lenticular cards and prints of 3D objects in the collection are just a few of the options we offer.

    The images below are among the earliest digital color artworks. I created them from 1989 through 1992, with early
    precursors and betas of what became Adobe Photoshop. This during my time as a software designer at Eastman Kodak.
    These works appeared on the Photoshop Digital Masters Gallery CD-ROM, included with Adobe Photoshop's 3.0 release.
    Among the very first Adobe Photoshop Digital Masters, I participated in a 1994 group show at the Ansel Adams Gallery in SF.
    Read more about it and my roles at Kodak, in my Digital History. All of these works below are now available as 3D Lenticulars.
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    Want to Learn How to Creat Your Own 3D prints?

    Peter J. Sucy Digital Arts/3D Wizardry Lenticular Design Works is Imagiam's Authorized North American Training/Support Provider. We provide step-by-step instruction from choosing a printer, selecting a lenticular lens for a particular job, calibration, 2D to 3D conversion, 3D capture, interlacing, print techniques and much, much, more.

    Take advantage of Peter's more than 18 years of experience in lenticular imaging. One of the original Adobe Photoshop Digital Masters, Peter was a force in Kodak's drive to go digital, designing a number of Kodak's first digital products, founding the world's first digital imaging training facilities, and becoming Kodak's first digital imaging instructor. His final four years, he consulted for the Dynamic Imaging division, Kodak's lenticular printing arm, converting their 3D capture process from film to digital and introducing 3D modeled scene creation for 3D lenticular output. He collaborated with the design team to create 3D/animated lenticular art for clients such as FAO Schwartz, Solar, R J Reynolds, Pfizer, Pepsi and Disney.

    Since leaving Kodak, Peter has been learning to print his own lenticular prints using an Epson printer. He's already spent tens of thousands of dollars and fifteen years learning the tricks and techniques for successful 3D printing. You can't go to a traditional school to learn this process, few if any schools offer it, let alone know what it is. Why stumble around wasting time and money when we can set you on the right path, right away?

    We provide hands on training here at our studio or online via Skype.

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