We apologize ahead of time as we are in the midst of some redesign.

We did it!

July 06, 2016

Well it took a village! Or at least that is how it felt. What seemed like a simple task was over two years in the making. Who would have thought it would be this hard to create website that showcased all we did, I mean really, it is just paper and printing. It was easy to figure out the basics, show some paper, show some printing, put up a gallery of cool projects and sweet looking equipment. That was the easy part.

E commerce, wholesale, price breaks, retail and lets not forget about inventory and shipping rates. I get exhausted thinking about it. But in the end it turned out amazing!

Huge thanks to Anthony Banks for putting up with me and the never ending change log (boy do I owe him!) on backend coding. Stephie Coplan for making my copy sound cool and hip. The fantastic video from kbs on the home page that truely captures my vision. And The Leekers for some of the amazing photos.

I am happy to say it's done...kinda of...at least for now! Now on to the next project!





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