We’re pleased to announce that we are now offering printing in addition to custom framing. For more information on our printing service please check our frequently asked questions below.

I would like printing, what do I do?

In the short term, unfortunately we don’t have the functionality on the website to allow you to upload, optimise, and purchase printing directly. Our plan is to develop this offering into the website over the next 4-6 months.

For now, that means we’ll need your help to get in touch with us directly via email [hello@frameit.com.sg] or WhatsApp [+65 8798 6867]  to discuss any printing needs. Where required, we can review your file and help you determine the possible output sizes relative to the resolution [size] of your file.

We can also offer support in design and editing where needed. Depending on your requirements, additional fees may be necessary.

What is the cost of printing?

It will depend on the size of your print and the desired paper, so please do get in touch to discuss options. If you are ordering a print in connection with a frame, we will offer a discounted rate vs. normal pricing.

If you only need printing, and no frame – we are happy to do this for you as well. Our rates are going to be very competitive compared to the wider market in Singapore.

What can you print?

We are focusing primarily on printing photographs, posters, and prints. If you have something that requires printing, and you’re not sure if we do it, just drop us an email.

What printer are you using?

We are using a brand new Canon imagePROGRAF Pro-541 that can print up to 44″ wide. This is the newest large format Canon printer on the market and produces exceptional, long lasting results.

What paper types do you stock?

We stock a range of papers including:

  • Semi gloss photo paper – perfect for photographs;
  • Heavyweight coated paper [smooth] – perfect for prints and posters;
  • Textured fine art paper – perfect for prints and posters.

We have access to many additional paper types and we’re open to discussing with clients should they want something specific.