René Bierman, founder and owner of The Final Art Print in Bussum, The Netherlands, has worked for 25 years in a creative environment. During the last 15 years, René has been the digital fine art printer of choice for leading photographers, illustrators and artists in both The Netherlands and abroad. His clients remain loyal once they witness his dedicated working methods that differ from most professional labs and other fine art printmakers, René takes great pride in both process and end result.
The Final Art Print, where quality and craftsmanship have meaning
What clients says
René Bierman, my photo printing consultant, thank you for improving the quality of all the prints. Your exceptionally sharp eye caught the tiniest detail, refining every image. (About the book "Human Playground").
Mix careful observation, proficiency and sensitivity. Add an unstoppable dedication to quality. You get Rene Bierman and The Final Art Print. And by the way, if you’re working in b&w, here’s a printer who finally brings that soulful feeling found in terrific darkroom prints to the digital world.
What an absolute pleasure to work with Rene. In my opinion the number one “go-to" for fine-art prints. If you can make the prints look beter than the digital files, you are one hell of an expert. And that is exactly what he does.
René has been printing my work for more than ten years.
He is both technically proficient and intuitive.
René understands my photographs and is able to bring out in a print what is inherent in the image.
He works with care, precision, kindness and attention to detail.
Every time we work together it is a true collaboration and a delight.
For perfectionists, who like to work in an inspiring and pleasant surrounding, René and The Final Art Print is the place to be.
A photographic art book is a very critical endeavor; not only content is important, but especially tonality and quality of reproduction and print. The final result in the book gives the spectator the impression to be watching the "real" print, testimony that the reproduction process came very close to the original. (about the book "Forty years")
Rutger ten Broeke
I didn't think it was possible but René is even more precise than I am! Stopping before we have the perfect print is not an option.