Souls Grown Deep Custom Prints
About Souls Grown Deep Custom Prints
The Souls Grown Deep Foundation has partnered with Texas-based Imagelab Group, to operate and manage a web store providing the artists it represents with the means to offer high quality print reproductions of their artwork to the general public. The store allows customers to choose, not only from a larger number of works by these artists than has ever been possible before, but also in their own selection of print sizes, framing options and, in most cases, a choice of prints being made on archival paper or stretched canvas. The printing and framing is all done by Imagelab at its facility in Austin. Imagelab provides reproduction print services to many of the leading art museums in the US and the prints are made with high-stability inks, designed to maintain their original level of detail and richness of color for decades to come.
Supporting the Artists
Through a pioneering revenue-sharing model, Souls Grown Deep has made artists or their estates equal partners in profits from the sale of all prints and frames. Purchases are a great way to directly support Black artists from the American South and the mission of Souls Grown Deep to promote their work and support their communities by fostering economic empowerment, racial and social justice, and educational advancement.
About The Products
Prints on Paper

Printed with archival-quality pigment inks on high-resolution, large-format twelve-color printers, the substrate is an acid-free and lignin-free 230gsm coated fine art paper. The bright white base color and smooth matte finish allows for the highest quality reproduction possible. Framing includes two-and-a-half-inch matting cut from four-ply buffered matboard in a bright white color. Glazing is in high-quality acrylic for safety in shipping.

Prints on Canvas

All canvas prints are hand-stretched over wood stretcher bars and are ready to hang whether framed or unframed. The wood bars are cut and assembled so the image occupies the entirety of the front plane of the stretched canvas. The stretcher has a deep, one and a half inch profile and the color of the side edges of the canvas that wrap over it are the same bright white as the base color of the print area of the canvas, chosen to ensure vibrancy and accuracy in the reproduction of colors. Framing is with “floater” style frames that leave a small gap between the edges of the stretched canvas and the frame. Printed with archival-quality pigment inks on high-resolution, large format twelve-color printers, the heavy, 350gsm, acid-free, cotton canvas has a tight, natural weave. A semi-matte UV coating is applied after printing both for protection and to enhance the depth and richness of the image.