Whether you're a design professional or simply seeking to update your home, you can shop pre-designed artwork, customize a photograph to any size and frame, or commission one-of-a-kind pieces. We can accommodate any art photography request. 




Pick the artwork or wall covering from one of our collections for your project.

With a wide range of available and custom options there is something for everybody. 




Customize the artwork by size, material, and color.

No automation here. An actual artist skillfully designs all your pieces to fit your space perfectly. We'll send you options within days of our initial meeting.




Once the artwork approved for production we will take care of the rest.

We will coordinate the production, delivery, and can facilitate the installation of the artwork or wall covering. Orders are received in about 4 weeks. 


A native of Tacoma, Washington, Tim Klein is a commercial/editorial photographer. His career spans almost 20 years, and he's been published in esteemed magazines and worked with many Fortune 500 companies such as Apple, Burberry, Esquire Magazine, The New Yorker, W Magazine, and Yamaha. He shoots with a variety of cameras but prefers his Leica.
“My photography is inspired by people, places, and things. I was trained as a photojournalist so I find inspiration everywhere — from my travels abroad to my own backyard. My biggest source of inspiration is light, especially the way it can dramatically change a scene. I love the glow of morning light through fog, the graphic shadows of noon light, the light of an overcast day, and the dramatic rosecolored light at sunset.
I am fascinated by people and their stories — from celebrities and people overcoming a life-changing obstacle, to simple loving moments between a parent and their child. There is so much beauty in everyday life. I meet so many people from drastically different backgrounds and all of them inspire me tell their stories with photography.
I am also drawn to nature, from vast open landscapes, to intricate details and patterns. The experience of really noticing the world around me is the greatest inspiration of all.”
Tim currently lives and works in Chicago, Illinois.