It’s that crazy time of year again when retailers offer incredible discounts to formally kick off the holiday shopping frenzy. Spitting Images is hereby throwing their hat in the ring of madness today by announcing our 2014 Black Friday and Cyber Monday Specials. Continue reading ›
Until November 14, when you spend $100 or more, you’re eligible for a free 6×6 mini canvas print! These little prints make a great gift and fit really nice on a book shelf or desk. If your order comes to $100, you’re automatically eligible for a free 6″ x 6″ custom canvas print!
Continue reading ›
Introducing a new print series from Spitting Images: Lakes of the Kawarthas. These are limited edition fine art prints featuring 4 of the largest bodies of water in the Kawartha Lakes in a unique design by Kevin Foster. They’re printed on 260gsm heavyweight Metallic Photo paper right here in Bobcaygeon.
Continue reading ›
After more than 3 decades, Dereham Forge Stamp Works in downtown Tillsonburg, Ontario is closing it’s doors. The closure is officially the retirement of partners in life and business, Grant and Ruthanne Foster. We would personally like to congratulate them on their well deserved retirement. Continue reading ›
You’ve been busy all summer filling your camera and smartphone with incredible photos; sunsets, beaches, friends, kids and pets. With so many photos to choose from, how can you just choose one image to print?
We’re making that decision a little easier – from right now until the end of the long weekend, you can purchase two 18×12 canvas prints for just $99! That’s over $40 off the regular price! Continue reading ›
We have a new addition to the gallery – a brilliant image of a sunrise on Sturgeon Lake in Bobcaygeon, printed on canvas 108″ x 26″! Continue reading ›
Our good friend and longtime customer Ken Solilo is having an exhibition of his photographic work. A selection of his images printed on canvas are being displayed at Edward Jones Investments at 14 King St West in Cobourg until June 24. Continue reading ›
On April 7, 2014, information was released about a vulnerability, CVE-2014-0160, known as Heartbleed, that affected OpenSSL, a library used for encrypting internet traffic. Continue reading ›