Louisville Commercial Printing

Ernie’s Print Shop is a 360° commercial printing facility located in Louisville, Kentucky. While we can provide more solutions than listed below, here are a few common requests we receive:

  • Full service commercial printing
  • Business services including continuous forms and checks
  • Promotional products and marketing collateral
  • Graphic design services including business cards, brochures, flyers, posters, yard signs and banners

Ernie's Print Shop Blog

New Delivery Vehicle

Well we are having to get a different vehicle because we have out grown our current one. I am in the process of getting a mini van so that we can better serve our customers. So thanks to all our loyal customers for having this problem!

New Website for Ernie’s Print Shop

We are in the process of getting the new website up and running. I hope that the troubles we are going through greatly benefits our customers. It has been a long process with a few fly by night internet people that have made this a very trying ordeal.

 

Recent Printing News: (These are external posts from top printing websites to help improve your business)

  • Trending at Dscoop San Antonio
    I attended the recent Dscoop Americas event in San Antonio and was struck by a few trends: Value-added special effects – One of the fascinating things that HP did in its Dscoop exhibit floor space was to display some special effects that its R&D labs are working on which may or may not be implemented […]"

  • PAX East 2016: Virtual Reality is Here!
    The Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) East was held on April 22-24 in Boston, and has been growing since its inception in 2010. Initially solely focused on video gaming, the conference has expanded to include other new technologies. Virtual reality (VR) has been at PAX for at least the past three years, but always with a […]"

  • Noosh Pivoting to Content Marketing
    Noosh, a company whose print and marketing sourcing software is used by nearly 5,000 businesses and 20,000 users in 44 countries, is now transforming itself into a content marketing platform. By embracing this new approach while continuing to cultivate its roots in print sourcing, Noosh can offer licensees a head start on integrating multi-channel communications […]"

  • HP Inc. Divests Software Assets
    On Monday, Open Text announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire most of HP Inc.’s Engage software portfolio for $170 million. However, HP made only the briefest of statements on the sale and the announcement was not even posted on the central HP news webpage. Included in the sale is HP TeamSite, […]"

  • Lexmark Acquired by Apex
    Back in October 2015, Lexmark announced plans to explore strategic alternatives for its business which many took to mean they were exploring a major move like splitting the company in separate two entities, selling a significant portion of the company, or to sell the entire company as-is.   Six months later, Lexmark announced on April 19, […]"

  • Sorry, Aristotle. When it comes to 4K video, the whole is not always greater than the sum of its parts.
    4K video is rapidly gaining traction throughout the photo and video ecosystems, in devices from capture to display. The capture side is relatively easy. A 4K video frame is approximately equivalent to an eight-megapixel photo, and eight-megapixel cameras have been around for well over a decade. At the risk of oversimplification, just add some processing […]"

  • Nikon’s Latest 300mm f/4E PF ED VR is a Compact, Bargain-priced Powerhouse Lens
    I’ve been a Nikon shooter for the past 25 years and shoot a lot of motorsport events, so my “go-to” lenses are the 80-200mm f/2.8 and the 300mm f/4, both from Nikon. Neither of these lenses have vibration reduction technology, but they have metallic bodies and are built like tanks. My 300mm f/4 lens is […]"

  • Fun Facts About the Photography Market
    Finding fun facts about the digital photography world is generally a Google search away. However, the information is only as good as the people and companies that are producing it. With the digital camera market hitting a rough patch these last several years and companies shifting their focus to other markets, it is getting a […]"

  • Uh oh camcorders… mobile phones & digital cameras favored video devices for young and old
    If you wanted to capture some groovy family videos in the ‘60s and ‘70s you likely used a Super 8mm film camera, while the ‘80s brought us a “luggable” VHS-based camcorder. My shoulder still feels the pain from those days! Thankfully the ‘90s brought smaller and lighter digital camcorders that recorded onto compact video tapes […]"

  • Highlights from Xploration 16
    Last week, customer communications conference Xploration 16 hosted around 355 participants in Orlando, Florida. While attendance was about the same as last year, there were 141 first time attendees registered. With more than 55 educational sessions and panels for vendors, service providers, and enterprise attendees, this annual conference continues to be an important industry event. The […]"