The original Scripps Pier was built in La Jolla between 1915 and 1916 as a 1,000 foot long facility for acquiring clean seawater for campus labs and Birch Aquarium. Ellen Browning Scripps provided all of the funds necessary for its construction. It was rebuild in 1988 and is now used to launch small boat and diving operations for scientific research.
While the top of the pier is usually closed to the public, some events like guided walks on the pier are available in summer months.
Chomaluxe HD Metal Prints are a dye-sublimation printing process. The color dyes are infused on to a specially coated metal. The results are outstandingly clear and vibrant with exceptional detail and resolution.
We utilize a 2mm black Styrene backing and finished with a black Metal Inset Frame.
If the absolute best is what you seek, look no further than Tru Life Acrylic Prints.
Tru Life Acrylic Prints feature a Antireflective and scratch resistance acrylic face, Lumachrome Print, a 3mm DiBond Aluminium backing with a Super HD 1.375″ ROMA back mounted floating frame for epic sizes up to 60″ x 120″ capacity.
Lumachrome prints offer the greatest color depth of any print material available today. This special printing process surpasses Fujiflex Prints that are traditionally used for museum quality prints.
Sometimes you just want something specific. Framing, even bigger prints, triptych prints, or you need assistance with image selection. Most of time we can handle your custom requests via email or over the phone.
Acrylic prints may reach up to 60×120″ and Metal Prints may reach up to 48×96″. We reserve sizes larger than published online to private consultations.