Client Showcase


Zhou Mi


Carbon-based prints were the ideal choice to bring out the subtle gray tones and intense blacks for San Francisco-based photographer Zhou Mi's presentation portfolio. Working closely with the photographer, Hanson Digital created multiple sets of prints for the artist's custom display box, carefully optimizing each of the dramatic black & white digital images for a consistent, harmonious appearance throughout the entire portfolio.

All images © Zhou Mi.


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Sean Desmond


The Tenderloin Project is an ongoing artistic endeavor focused on one of San Francisco’s most marginalized neighborhoods, The Tenderloin. Utilizing the interactive mediums of photography and film, the project’s aim is to capture a compelling and honest portrait of this diverse community.

With living exhibitions that traveled through San Francisco, Atlanta, Miami, New York and Tokyo the project was showcased in a variety of outlets, creating access for a range of viewers to see these intimate, yet objective images, and to understand what life is like in the Tenderloin.

Hanson Digital worked directly with Sean to create not only a full exhibition of the images for the San Francisco show, but also mini portfolios of the shows images.

All images © Sean Desmond.


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Barbara Foster


Over the past ten years, Bay Area printmaker Barbara Foster has addressed the fragility of the landscape in her work, whether in black and white relief prints, Sumi ink drawings or digital Carbon prints on lightweight translucent Japanese papers. Materials, subject, and content are interwoven, illuminating human intervention and the vulnerability of landscapes.

To create large-format exhibition displays for Foster, the artist's digital images were first carefully manipulated for optimum printing using the Carbon process, and then output onto a special Japanese rice paper provided by Foster, in order to closely simulate the effect of her original handmade prints.
All images © Barbara Foster.