FLOW is a fine art photographic printing studio. We mix a bespoke approach to printing your work with state-of-the-art technology and a global clientele.
We engage directly with each artist and work hand-in-hand to realise the full potential of every print.
Founded in London by photographer and master printer Alex Schneideman in 2004, FLOW is a leading inkjet print making studio for galleries, photographers, artists and enthusiasts all over the world.
In addition to archival pigment printing we offer drum scanning, Jetrix printing, framing and an exhibition consultancy.
Inkjet prints are the most versatile and archival method of printing available to photographers today.
At FLOW we are expert in the many papers available and know how to make each one work according to its strengths.MORE INFORMATION ABOUT INKJET PRINTS
We have developed ways of printing that are exclusive to FLOW including the famous PRIMITIVE CARBON PRINT and our 'KODACHROME' LED BACKLIT PRINTS.MORE INFORMATION ABOUT PRIMITIVE CARBON
FLOW has its own framing workshop. We can advise on all forms of mounting, framing and display. From one offs frames to entire exhibitions FLOW can help you by advising and supplying the highest quality mounting and framing.MORE INFORMATION ABOUT FRAMING
Whether you require the finest quality drum scans, high quality scans for the web or flat artwork copying FLOW is perfectly equipped to provide the highest digital reproductions.MORE INFORMATION ABOUT FILM & PRINT SCANNING
FLOW works with our clients in many other aspects of imaging. From art copying to publishing and book design we can help you negotiate these sometimes bewildering and technical aspects of photographic imaging.MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR OTHER SERVICES
Over seventy-five felines, from housecats to alley cats to show cats and kittens, slink, gambol and lounge across these astonishingly beautiful pages. With her tender … Continued
Hayward Gallery reopens with the first major UK retrospective of the work of acclaimed German photographer Andreas Gursky. Known for his large-scale, often spectacular pictures … Continued
Griffin’s new book POP (published Oct 2017) is a complete retrospective of the music photography of Brian Griffin. Over 350 pages featuring bands and musicians … Continued
William Eggleston’s Guide was the first solo exhibition of colour photographers displayed at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. This book, published on the occasion … Continued