In January, 2019, I became the new owner of this long-standing and trusted Alaska publishing company. I look forward to keeping the publishing tradition alive, to bring you new products, and to continue providing a venue for Alaska authors, artists and photographers to share their creative interpretations of this great state. We look forward to strengthening an already great working relationship with you, as we continually strive for excellence in all our products and services.
New Artists & New Products
We are excited to offer products by Alaska’s beloved artist Barbara Lavallee, new distinctive items from aurora photographer Amy Johnson, and books by Shannon Cartwright, one of Alaska’s most prodigious and famous illustrators.
Supporting Alaskan Artists and Communities
Greatland Graphics only publishes and represents work by Alaskan residents. When you purchase our products you are supporting the local Alaskan artists, photographers and authors.
We support the future of Alaska, its people, communities, and the land we all cherish. When you purchase our products a portion of the proceeds will go to support two Alaska non-profits selected annually. In 2020 we are proud to support Fairbanks Youth Advocates, a non profit that provides emergency shelter for homeless and at-risk youth in Fairbanks; and the Alaska Wilderness League, whose vision is to protect Alaska’s wildest places for generations to come.
Printing in North America
2019 marks the first year that all our calendar, books, and notecards are printed in North America (Alaska/Canada). Our Canada based printer uses non-petroleum, plant based inks and uses paper milled from trees in accord with the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) which promotes the responsible management of forests. In addition, their facility is powered by renewable energy.
Plant-based compostable plastics
After hiking hundreds of miles along Alaska’s coast, one cannot be forever changed on the use of plastics. There are literal tons of plastic trash along Alaska’s shores that will last for hundreds of years.
At five sites in the world’s oceans, plastic waste accumulates in large swirling gyres, the largest of which is three times the size of France. Millions of tons of plastic enters the oceans every year, damaging marine ecosystems, harming ocean animals and entering the human food chain. (ref)
In an effort to move away from plastics, we are transitioning to plant-based, compostable plastic packaging wherever possible in our sleeved notecards, card packs and clear bags for our matted notecards. We hope to be fully transitioned by mid 2020.
For wholesale orders, we ship via Fedex Ground to most major cities in Alaska. The rates are very reasonable and it allows us to quickly service areas outside of our direct warehouse locations, like the Kenai Peninsula, Southeast, and Southwest. We can usually ship orders in a day or two, with one or two days shipping.
Service from Fairbanks and Anchorage
Greatland Graphics is headquartered in Fairbanks, Alaska, with an additional warehouse and distribution center in Anchorage. Our two sales reps, Robin and Amy manage orders and deliveries.
Patrick J Endres
Owner, Designer and Editor
- Patrick Endres: firstname.lastname@example.org (owner, admin and accounting)
- Robin Brandt: email@example.com (independent sales rep: Southcentral/Southeast)
- Amy Johnson: firstname.lastname@example.org (independent sales rep: Interior/Arctic)
- ORDERS: email@example.com (send your orders here as well all get this email)
Download our 2020 Product Catalog
Email us for a wholesale price list and order form.