Printing for fine art, galleries and auctions
Art dealers, galleries and auction houses such as Halcyon Gallery and Christie’s rely on Park’s class-leading quality to support exhibitions and sales.
Choose flourishes such as foiling, embossing, creative binding and premium paper stocks for a truly distinctive feel, and rely on our ISO 12647 Colour Control for exceptional colour accuracy and consistency across catalogues and large-format print.
At Park, meticulous attention to detail comes at no expense to speed.
With attentive project management, 24-hour operation and an unparalleled range of services conducted under one roof at our London facility, we are optimally placed to execute a rapid turnaround for your next exhibition or sale.
Galleries such as Halcyon, and many leading independent artists, rely on Park’s class-leading quality to support exhibitions and sales.
Park is the preferred large format supplier for Christie’s, and a trusted printing partner for auction houses London and UK-wide.
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Update: Park has been granted ‘Critical Supplier’ status, due to our work in government and pharmaceuticals. This means we’re able to to continue printing for brands in all industries. * A message from Alison Branch, Park Managing Director, to any business facing hardship as a result of Covid 19. Like many other businesses, the task …
2018 was another year of success for Park Communications, with multiple wins and nominations from major awarding bodies in print. Here’s the full list of accolades, and some of the winning titles. Print, Design & Marketing Awards 2018 Park was nominated in four categories in the PDMA ’18, with a win in the Magazines & …
For just 48 hours, at the beginning of October, eBay and Saatchi Art invited a select number of guests to attend a personalised shopping event, called The Art of Shopping. The two collaborated to create an experimental shopping experience, which brought together art and technology to uncover shoppers’ subconscious desires. The Art of Shopping gave visitors an electroencephalogram headband which gauges visitor reactions …