David Pringle has worked for
a number of years in the commercial hotel and hospitality sector
and believes that it is his attention to the smallest detail that
is responsible for his success.
He believes that in pursuit of the highest quality of finished
product that nothing should be a compromise.
Arte-couture only use deep museum bars to stretch canvases which
are available in sizes up to 1525mm x 1017mm (60 x 40 inches).
Every print is uniquely numbered and sold with a personal certificate
"I've known David for many years - right back to the days
when he worked as a Hotel Manager developing his passion for photography
whilst travelling around the world. I'd always marvel at his keen
eye for detail and was one of the first to buy a sample of his
commercial work. Since then I've commissioned my very own piece
which was completed within the agreed time-scale and budget."
Bill Ward, North East Commercial Brand Manager, Mill
"It's obvious David has spent time looking around at what
was available and then set off to improve on what he offers clients.
A friend pointed me in his direction when I was stuck for a unique
gift idea for our wedding anniversary and I was surprised to learn
that I could have something totally individual at a very reasonable
Malcolm Roberts, Teesside
"With the encouragement of friends and family I was pleased
to see David take what is a real talent and also his passion to
pursue his dream and set up arte-couture. I'm amazed to see how
colourful and vibrant his work actually is and was interested
to see how the technology that is available allows him to create
new, high-definition pictures and print them at a size where they
can't fail to impress."
Mandy Mitchell, Durham
"Having recently moved I was at a loss for something that
would do the lounge area in my new home justice. It's a big space
but I didn't want something run-of-the-mill like a large mirror,
it was Dave's idea to produce a series of images from the journey
up the farm-track to my home. The results are truly exceptional
and friends always comment on the smallest detail being captured
- things they hadn't seen on the journey themselves. Well done
Beryl Anderson, North Yorkshire