The preferred method of printing here at the 2046 Print Shop. The analog value of screen prints is a much needed reminder that not everything in life need be digital. There is value in the tactile process of layers of ink you can feel pressed against paper. All the screen prints in the shop are hand made, signed, numbered, and come in limited editions. These are what I put on my wall.


When you need millions of colors to make the piece just right, giclee prints are the way to go. Printed on archival quality, acid-free paper, these prints will last a lifetime and look great on your wall. Museum-quality posters made on thick, durable matte paper.


While the T-shirt we choose may change from poly/cotton to 100% cotton, water based ink to direct to garment, we always test and try out the shirts we sell. In fact we never sell a shirt we wouldn’t wear ourselves.

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When you want the texture of a canvas.

Printed on acid-free, pH neutral, poly-cotton base 20.5 mil thick canvas, 470 gsm.

Mounting brackets included – centered on frame.

Hand-glued sold wood stretcher bars. Printed on textured and fade-resistant canvas (OBA-free).


We currently offer framing options for many of our art prints through a partnership with Level Frames. They look pretty good as far as frames go. By this I mean they fit our aesthetic perfectly. If you want to get something framed, these guys will do a good job, they promised.

When I began work on my series of science, physics and space posters I wanted to provide a beautiful and accessible approach towards subjects and theories that were so much bigger than myself and provide a way to celebrate the science that created them.

My work continues to move through outer space, the quantum realm and into new and interesting scientific theories surrounding the world we live in. The future is full of new discoveries and I look forward to learning and exploring them through my work.

- Justin Van Genderen |

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