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Joker Workshop

maker of luxury fine art, portraits and illustrations


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Q: Who does the art? 

A: All artworks are created in-house by founder David Xin, based out of Vancouver, Canada.

Q: Do you do custom work?

A: If there's a general element that you really like, and would totally buy it if we have that design —for example a dragon or a spaceship— we'll try to incorporate it into our next project. 

For corporate inquiries, only collaborations that also promote Joker Workshop will be considered. We respectfully decline custom art for individuals.

Q: Do you do tattoo as well?

A: No. We have great respect for tattoo artists, but that's a different type of art and service all together.

Q: Where are your products made?

A: Our regular products are made in Canada or U.S. We always try to source close to home, all other considerations being equal.

Q: Do you sell the originals?

A:  Well, the originals exist as data, literally bits and bytes. What we do sell are the authentic prints, whether it be limited editions or open editions. The artworks we make are meant to printed anyway.

Our prints are individually printed on expensive fine art paper by expensive printers, and they do not fade over time. The colour gamut and quality is unmatched by regular offset CMYK method that mass produces your average movie posters and magazines.

Q: Do you make the shirts yourself? 

A: We print the shirts in-house with a specialized, state-of-the-art Epson garment printer. 

Q: Where else can I buy your stuff?

A: Open edition prints are available on our store page on Etsy. If you happen to be in Metro Vancouver, you could drop by our workshop, where you can shop all experimental samples.