You are bidding on a $50 gift certificate at SouvenarteBooks - Remembering the art of childhood.
SouvenarteBooks is a new and exciting way to preserve your child's artwork. Here at our NYC design studio, we prepare your child's art to be professionally printed and design a beautiful hardcover coffee table book that you can enjoy, share and treasure. Our professional and museum quality books are printed on archival paper and look just like the published books you would get at a museum bookstore. Let us make a book for you and you'll have your very own, very special keepsake of your child's creativity.
The Process is simple:
Just select the art work you want in your book and drop it off at our studio (or send it to us via messenger service, Fedex or USPS). We'll take care of all the design elements and create a contemporary monograph for you to keep for many years to come.
Book prices range from $170 - $330 depending on content and size.
Susan Berman is the founder of SouvenarteBooks. She is an artist, an art educator and a mother. She has studied art at the Boston Museum School and has a B.S. in Education from Tufts University as well as a Masters from New York University. Her passion for art, especially children's art, inspired her to create SouvenarteBooks to help families preserve their children's worlds that are created through painting, drawings, poems and stories. Our staff consists of college students who are studying art, theatre and music. We also donate to several charities that use art to inspire us and help us learn about the world.
Item only available in the Tri-State area.Item expires 6 months after purchase.Shipping and Tax not included.
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