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Art Works in Office Environments with Kodak Media
Art Works in Office Environments with Kodak Media

Canvas art for office walls is an important element in commercial décor and can help portray a company’s culture and values, boost productivity, and enhance creativity.

Look to Commercial Art Services, the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Art Reproduction Houses, and Interior Design Professionals for growing opportunities in canvas print reproduction for office décor. Kodak Canvas and Photo Paper proudly hang on the walls of corporations worldwide and have long been the choice of designers. Offer the brand that is known for quality and dependability and take advantage of this expanding market.

Get ready for the holidays with Kodak canvas and photo paper!
Get ready for the holidays with Kodak canvas and photo paper!

The gift-giving season is upon us and the demand for canvas and photo paper for personalized gifts is at its highest. Beautiful photos and treasured memories printed on KODAK Wide Format Photo Paper or KODAK PROFESSIONAL Inkjet Canvas make cherished gifts. Offer your customers the Kodak products tha...

From Pinholes to Polaroids—a Brief History of Photo Printing
From Pinholes to Polaroids—a Brief History of Photo Printing

It’s hard to imagine a world without the photograph. And yet, photography has only been in existence for about 200 years. The first photographic image was produced in 1822 by the French Inventor Nicéphorus Niépce — “View from the Window at Le Gras” using a material that hardened on exposure to light...

5 Fun Facts you Might not Know about Kodak
5 Fun Facts you Might not Know about Kodak

Since 1884, Kodak has been the brand customers associate with high-quality imaging products. Kodak’s long and fascinating history has made it one of the world’s most widely recognized and trusted brands.

Did you know?

  1. The name Kodak was made up by its founder, American inventor George Eastman be...