David Samuel Robbins is a Seattle based photojournalist, writer, publisher, workshop instructor and expedition leader. He specializes in projects concerning traditional cultures, documentary / street photography and adventure travel. David has worked on assignment throughout the world for many major U.S. and European magazines, including National Geographic Traveler, National Geographic Adventure, German GEO and the New York Times Magazine. read more...
1000Museums has partnered with David Samuel Robbins to make available archival prints of his works. Affordable fine art reproductions are available in a wide selection of sizes and frames.
POPULAR David Samuel Robbins Prints
INDIA: Fragments from the Constellation:
A Photo Book – by David Samuel Robbins
Signed and numbered in a limited edition of 200,
and presented with a linen-wrapped and foil debossed slipcase.
The artwork has been scanned at the highest resolution possible by the museum and the digital file is sent to us for color optimization.
We only use the finest paper. It’s 100% acid-free cotton fine art paper.
We only use the highest quality pigmented, non-toxic, environmentally friendly ink with a color permanence rating of at least 200 years. In fact our black and white inks are rated at 400 years.
We are an EPSON partner. One of the partners, Mac Holbert, is an EPSON fellow and featured around the world as a master of his craft. Our large format printers are the best made and we are always upgrading and replacing to ensure we get the finest reproductions possible.
We use the highest quality wood in our modern shop to create custom frames. We frame your print with precision-cut acid-free mat board, and mount it behind a UV-blocking semi-gloss plexiglass to protect your art from the sun, dust, pollution, heat, and humidity. Then we add finishing touches like wall hanging mount, wall friendly bumpers, and a protective backing.
We work with the most respected museums in the world.
We work with the most respected museums in the world. They inspect our print masters to ensure those masters match the art that is actually hanging in their museums. Many of them sell our fine art reproductions in their gift shops.
We Gladly Pay Royalties,
On Time, Every Time
A significant portion of the prints we sell goes to the museum and artists' estate. We pride ourselves on this fact. One of our primary business goals is to grow the amount we pay every year. We want to be the best business partner to museums and contribute to their bottom line.
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We are a small company
We are a small but mighty company. We take immense pride in our people and the passion and skills they have and we also take pride in how we take care of our employees.
As you can see we care deeply about the quality of our work, the relationship with our museum partners, the environment, our community, our employees and our customers.
We want you to see, first hand, the quality of our work and let us know what you think.