Print Punch is a Los Angeles based company offering high quality, affordable single run prints from around the world. Print Punch was created by artists, for artists and art lovers alike, with the goal of connecting exceptional artists with sharp collectors, at prices anyone can afford.
Print Punch is brought to you by: Founder & CEO, Cris Dobbins.
Cris is a photographer/graphic designer who founded Print Punch out of her love and passion for art and sincere desire to connect artists and collectors at affordable prices. The focus is on thoughtful curation, exceptional quality, and supporting emerging artists.
“The idea for Print Punch came to me while traveling through a small town in Eastern Europe. I was inspired by an artist I met selling her art at a street fair. As an Internet based gallery, Print Punch is able to create access to exceptional art from artists around the world. The website features emerging artists from Budapest to Columbia, Singapore to Russia, New York and beyond. We help tell their stories and share the profits 50/50 with the creators. We are using globalization as a catalyst for creativity by bringing exceptional art to your wall and the profits go back to the artists so they can continue to make more art. It’s 360 degrees of art, creation and inspiration.”
We believe in our artists and want to support them in every way possible. Every month we feature a new emerging artist. Our features include pictures and interviews that get up close and personal with the artist and their creative process. We are always looking for new artists to feature. Check out our artist information page.
Let’s make more art!
Originally arriving in Los Angeles to pursue a film acting career, Maria quickly fell in love with the city’s diversity and creative vibrancy and spends much of her time exploring and experiencing the tastes, sights and sounds of her adopted home. This LA adventure eventually led to meeting Cris, and Maria is excited to be joining her in connecting artists with the world.
She can also often be found tucked away with an interesting book or hiding out watching an afternoon movie matinee.