Send it off to the printer!

Are you ready to print your design? Export your design to our special designed PDF-file and send it straight to the printer.

Project EIGER makes your design process as easy as pie.

Do you want to roll up your sleeves and get started? The only thing you have to do is to generate a color file and an elevation file. The elevation file must contain the height data of the print in grey layers (100% black is your maximum height, whereas 0% black is no height). Just utilize the software tools you already love to use, such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator and follow the steps below. Your design will be created in a jiffy.

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Project EIGER loves to turn ideas into beautiful, tactile prints!

Do you want to wow you and your customers with a brand new technology? Whether you are a designer, art director, photographer or illustrator, Project EIGER gives you this opportunity with the elevated printing technology. By printing hundreds of layers of UV-curable ink up to 5 mm thick onto a flat and rigid surface that can be as large as your front door you can add that tactile dimension you are looking for.

Do you want to learn how to create your own unique, elevated designs?

Roll up your sleeves and get started here.

Curious how Project EIGER reproduced the Jewish Bride of Rembrandt van Rijn?

Watch the video!

Project EIGER works closely together with other parties such as the Berkshire Hathaway company Larson-Juhl to manage the entire process from “in-museum” scanning of paintings, through to elevated printing, framing and the distribution of the final reproductions.

Interested to find out more about fine art reproductions using the elevated printing technology?

Let’s talk!

Fine art reproductions make the artworks of the world’s most famous painters more accessible for everyone. Not only by making a small series of reproductions available for purchase, but also for educational purposes. Imagine what can be learned by touching paintings. Would there be a more exciting way to learn more about the method of working of the greatest painters of the world?