Home Decor and Gifts

from our images or yours

34 CM /  13.38in

Styrofoam

HooLoo

 

Gallery

Styrofoam

28 CM /  11in

JooJoo

SINCE 1995

Under

construction

GaMBoo

Styrofoam

34 CM /  13.38in

14 CM /  5.5in

Baked Clay

LoPLoP

STORY-IN PROGRESS

ONCE UPON A TIME

Back in the mid 1990’s my family started Treesqueaks Publishing. My sister, Loreena (Everts)

Williams and my mom, Louise Everts, had received some honors with their photography. It was

suggested that more should be done with the photos such as greeting cards. After some

research we decided that it would be best to produce them ourselves. The same research

revealed that by adding a heat press to the equipment - computer and printer, T-shirts and

mouse pads could also be added to the product line. We later changed the name to

TreeSqueaks PhotoGraphics because it went beyond just paper products. The name of the

business came from Louise’s name for their woodcraft business Treesqueaks Woodcrafts and

Floral. Treesqueaks coming from the sounds trees make when rubbing together in the wind.

After building up inventory, we started doing art and craft shows with Mom and Dad (Grover) and their woodcraft business. They went to the 1st Annual Great Lakes Lighthouse Festival in

Alpena as spectators. Being residents of Michigan we already had photographed a few of

Michigan’s many lighthouses. TreeSqueaks started attending the Great Lakes Lighthouse

Festival the following year and it produced our best sales to date. That led to an increased effort

to capture lighthouses in Michigan and the southeast U.S. after accepting a job in Florida in

2002.

In or about 2005 we switched from the heat transfer method of imprinting to dye-sublimation.

That process uses dye-sub ink, heat and pressure to apply the image to a much wider range of

items. We can do hard substrates such as glass cutting boards, ceramic, stone and glass tile,

smartphone and tablet cases, metal and glass photo panels and many other items.v

PROCESS

The image is hand imprinted using dye-sublimation. The ink is infused into the coating on the substrate with heat and pressure. The photographs we use are from our collection of originals. We can personalize with your image or text.

 

TSPG

SINCE 1995

TreeSqueaks PhotoGraphics,LLC

2541 Ralston Rd

Martin, TN 38237

 treesqueaks@icloud.com

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