Print Shop in South Milwaukee

Up to 55% Off Printing Services

Paragon Printing and Graphics

South of Downtown Milwaukee

$60 $29

With a more than 11,000 sq. ft. space filled with print and finishing equipment, the company creates everything from postcards to brochures

Up to 54% Off Custom T-Shirts at NEWD Clothing Company

NEWD Clothing Company

Wick Field

$200 $99

Couture craftsmen consult with clients to create comfortable, ultra-soft tees or tops emblazoned with a custom logo or design

86% Off Digitization Services from PeggyBank

PeggyBank

Online Deal

$200 $29

Crush-resistant boxes deliver priceless videos and pictures safely to technicians to be transformed into digital files

Up to 52% Off Screen-Printed T-Shirts

Ultimate Screen Printing

Mundelein

$110 $55

12 or 25 one-color t-shirts feature a custom screen-printed design

Up to 55% Off Tape-to-DVD Transfers

Keepsake Family Tree Video

Riverwoods

$50 $25

A videographer rescues VHS and camcorder-recorded memories from a dusty grave by transferring them to DVD

Up to 65% Off Videotape-to-DVD Conversion

Zichronot Video Productions

Northbrook

$100 $39

Technicians digitize videotapes up to two hours long and transfer them to DVDs

Up to 73% Off at Grand Frame, Inc.

Grand Frame, Inc.

Arlington Heights

$125 $49

Expansive 8,000 sq. ft. frame showroom houses imported Italian frames, shadow boxes, and environmentally friendly options

Up to 70% Off at The Framers Edge

The Framers Edge

Arlington Heights

$125 $39

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Custom projects encase artwork, photographs, and memorabilia with quality glass and framing materials

Up to 60% Off DVD Transfers from Film or Video

Universal Video Conversions

Schaumburg

$60 $30

Technophiles with 30 years of experience rescue memories from videotapes and old film formats with DVD-transfer services

61% Off at Lemon Custom Frame

Lemon Custom Frame

Norridge

$100 $39

Experienced craftsmen design custom frames that display and protect photos, heirlooms and artwork

Select Local Merchants

With a showroom full of materials and an impressive body of work that hangs in buildings such as the Trump Tower, Creative Edge helps clients turn bare walls into conversation pieces. Each Creative Edge consultant brings at least 10 years of professional experience to projects, ensuring that every frame perfectly complements its portrait, landscape, or recursive picture of picture frames. These experts also handle 3-D projects, creating shadowbox showpieces for items such as plates, sports memorabilia, medals, and dried flowers. Before settling on a design, clients can peruse the showroom to get creative juices flowing. The showroom offers samples of more than 3,000 different mouldings made from materials that range from classic solid woods to reclaimed roofing supplies, and the gallery features fine-art lithographs, giclées, and original multimedia pieces.

5520 Touhy Ave
Skokie,
IL
US

Photographer Grace Trudeau was a full-time model before she picked up her first Nikon DSLR. Drawing upon her experience on both sides of the lens, Grace gives clients posing ideas and shows them her images as she shoots so they can see how they look. During each session, she wields two Nikon DSLR cameras and a trio of lenses , whether she’s working under the soft lights of her home studio or on-location on a farm, at the beach, or in the woods. At the end of each session, Grace custom-edits images, enhancing colors or injecting textures to add depth. Next, she prints out the resulting images onto canvas prints, statuettes, holiday cards, and accordion books; or transfers them onto iPhone cases, mouse pads, and shirts.

When she’s not shooting and editing, Grace is donating her time to various charities and mentoring beginning photographers. At her studio she teaches them about DSLR camera settings, the basics of shooting, and how not to smear peanut butter on your lenses. She then leads them through a real photo-shoot; and invites them to edit their photos alongside her while she gives advice.

8026 S Wildwood Dr.
Oak Creek,
Wisconsin
US

At Chapmans’ Frame & Gallery, archival experts wield 18 years of experience to snugly fit photos into custom frames, and an assortment of artwork and accessories awaits to adorn bare walls, alcoves, and limbs. Patrons can shorten holiday shopping lists with a variety of small gift items. Small prints or handmade earrings stuff stockings with artistic style, and easels proudly display shoppers' masterpieces or still-lifes that double as impeccably detailed grocery lists. Pulling from a large selection of customized wood and matting ($50—$200), Chapmans’ framing fanatics preserve beloved photos or precious works or art, creating custom pieces that may be as simple or as opulent as the customer deems fit. Staff border an 11"x14" print with a two-inch double mat, a black wood frame, glass, backing, and finish ($100) before returning it ready for display above a mantel or inside the refrigerator.

5631 Broad St
Greendale,
WI
US

Lifetouch Inc. became the world’s largest employee-owned photography company one portrait at a time.

Today, Lifetouch and its subsidiaries serve the photographic needs of people of all ages. Lifetouch truly is “memories for a lifetime.”

5350 S 76th St.
Greendale,
WI
US

Since 1967, Art's Cameras Plus has been a destination not only for cameras but also for photographic knowledge. A staff of helpful employees, all of whom are Certified Photographic Consultants, help shoppers chose the right lens for their photo shoot, the best camera within their budget, or an appropriate filter for photographing draculas. Though not included with this Groupon, occasionally the team at Art's Camera Plus also partners with representatives of major camera companies to offer workshops that cover advanced topics on using Sony, Nikon, or Canon digital SLR cameras.

4981 S 76th St
Greenfield,
WI
US

The writers at Milwaukee Magazine mine cultural gems and scoop political stories each month to reflect the city's lifestyle and current events in 12 glossy issues. Subscribers join a community of 225,000 readers, who vicariously interview local celebrities and innovators and explore Milwaukee's boutiques and underwater speakeasies through the magazine's pages. Feature stories spotlight local gustatory delights, profile local businesses, and unpack economic issues, while arts and leisure articles hone cultural literacy and personal style.

Readertainment is aggregated annually in the City Guide and the Best of Milwaukee, a roundup that clearly distinguishes the lakefront's elite establishments. In addition to printed matter, Milwaukee Magazine is published online, where an event calendar and a blog roll herald potential trades for the Milwaukee Brewers, dispatches from the pressroom, and discoveries of fossilized bobby socks excavated from the Happy Days set.

417 E Chicago St
Milwaukee,
WI
US