The Print House at the University of Arizona is the oldest and largest print shop in Arizona, and its owner has been in business for more than 150 years.
Its founder, John F. Smith, has been an active member of the Print House community for decades, and has been involved with the printmaking community for many years.
Smith has long enjoyed the prints and designs that are created at the print shop, and he’s dedicated himself to helping people see more of themselves in print, whether it be in his photography or his designs.
“It’s not just the prints, but the art that we do.
We create an art that is unique to the state of Arizona,” Smith said.
“We’re one of the few that have an outdoor printing gallery.
We’re one that’s one of just two print shops that do prints in Tucson and one of only two that do a traditional print gallery.”
Smith said the Print Houses prints have a range of styles, from traditional prints that are used for advertising to prints that look at the world in different ways.
The most important thing for people to understand about the Printhouse is that there is no set style for prints.
Smith said you can see prints from many different photographers, but that the main style is the print that was created by a photographer.
“You get to see prints and see what their style is.
You get to know them personally,” Smith told The Huffington Post.
“There’s something about seeing prints that I find really cool.
It’s an experience.
You can’t get much more personal than that.”
The Print House has been open since the 1970s, and Smith said it’s one that will continue to be a fixture at the campus, in the Tucson campus, and around the country.
“This is our home.
We have a library here, and we’ve been here for a long time,” Smith continued.
“People have come here, they’ve been a part of the family for many generations, and I think we’ve grown up with a lot of families here.
And now we have this very special relationship with the community, with the staff, with students, and with the people.”
Smith told HuffPost he was honored when the PrintHouse opened in the late 1960s.
He said that when he started out, the Printhouses print collections were mostly used as greeting cards.
But now, the collection has evolved to include many of the best local and international photography.
“I think that people have grown up in the Print houses collection and they’ve come to love it,” Smith added.
“It’s a treasure trove of photography.
We want to share it with the world.
I think that the people who come here have a great sense of history and they enjoy it.”
Smith has always been very open about the work that goes into creating prints, and said he feels that he has a responsibility to share what he does.
“When you have something that’s been done, you’re a part in the story of that person,” he said.
“We are not making the best prints in the world, we’re making prints that have been created by the people of Arizona.
We are trying to tell a story, a story that is meaningful to us.”
For more photos from the print house visit The Printing Houses Instagram page, and follow the Print house on Twitter.