Rosenstiels is one of the World’s leading Publishers of Fine Art Prints and Posters, supplying to a wide variety of trade customers in over 100 countries around the world.
Since its foundation in London (1880) by Felix Rosenstiel, each successive generation of Felix’s family has assumed control of the company, with a continuing commitment to quality, service and integrity.We believe in personal relationships and we support our customers in every possible way, for any size of project. Over the years, our reliability and dedication to quality has won us many prestigious awards and we are rapidly approaching our 140th anniversary in the art industry.
“Flexibility, reliability and efficiency have always been the three components of our success. We produce quality products at competitive prices and we always deliver in accordance with our commitment to our customers. We understand that in our industry, some decisions have to be taken quickly and always with total confidentiality.”
Art of Distinction
We are able to react very promptly in both design and production at every stage of the process. Our dynamic Design Team has years of collective experience in every aspect of the industry. We take pride in attention to detail and ensure that everything we create and supply is accurate to our customer`s requirements. We understand that each customer is unique and we are responsive to their diverse and specific requirements.
We work with an ever increasing family of artists based throughout the World, who work with us both proactively and in some cases reactively.
Over the years, our reliability and dedication to quality has been granted with many prestigious awards, including two Queen’s awards for export achievement (1993 & 2007) and other major international export awards such as overall corporate exporter of the year (2004) from the international business awards.
Rosenstiels participate in various global trade shows as and when appropriate for launching new products or exploring new markets.
We will be attending next:
West Coast Art & Frame Expo January 27 – 29, 2020, Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino
3700 W. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Art Copyright Coalition
Rosenstiels is a founder member of the Art Copyright Coalition artcopyright.net which has been established to protect the interests of artists, publishers and other copyright holders around the world, and which campaigns vigorously on a global basis to uncover and prosecute copyright infringement.
Creativity has to be protected and Rosenstiels continuously monitors the market throughout the world.
As a member of the Art Copyright Coalition we will always make sure that the rights of our artists are respected and will pursue infringers anywhere in the world.
Copyright infringement is a `STRICT LIABILITY` crime.
Liability falls on everyone involved, irrespective of whether they knew the goods in question were infringing or otherwise. The excuse `I did not know` is not a defence.
Any individual or company dealing in infringing goods is therefore liable to punishment and damages, including the perpetrator, any wholesaler or reseller right the way through to the retailer and even to the end consumer. International property infringement in certain jurisdictions is a criminal as well as a civil offence.
Rosenstiels takes its environmental responsibilities with the greatest seriousness.
- We ensure all our litho offset work is printed only on F.S.C. certified paper.
- We only purchase and use F.S.C. stationary.
- Staff are positively encouraged to walk or cycle.
- All other travel undertaken by Rosenstiels is by public transport wherever possible
Every stage of our production process and every area of our business are reviewed regularly to reduce our carbon footprint. We firmly believe in a ‘step by step” policy in that implementing small changes over time can combine to make a big difference.
Supplying certified products to our customers assists them in achieving their own Social Responsibility commitments.
We take a great care as well in selecting the companies we are working with, and the efforts they are putting into the preservation of the environment. We believe that by purchasing certified products it will have a positive impact on our forests and the wider environment globally and help reduce our carbon emissions. We ensure that all of our printers and paper suppliers understand and comply with our paper sourcing policy. We aim to use only Forest Stewardship Council™ (FSC™) certified materials on our products wherever possible by 2025. We are working towards meeting these targets.
All of of our papers for offest litho are sourced only from F.S.C. accredited companies who are fully committed to utilising raw materials from well-managed renewable sources and our principal paper supplier has achieved the ISO14001 Environmental Management Standard.
Supporting certified forests helps combat climate change.
Our principal suppliers for printing are F.S.C. certified and operate under a forceful written environmental management policy designed specifically to minimise waste generation, pollution and the use of environmentally unfriendly products.
They are committed to “environmental printing” whereby they strive to reduce their carbon footprint across the entire company. This is done by a variety of ways including the use of vegetable based inks, recycling cleaning solvents and waste and offsetting any remaining carbon emissions.
Paper and recycling facts:
In Europe large areas of the continent have seen a forest boom that means today more than two-fifths of Europe is tree-covered. Between 1990 and 2015, the area covered by forests and woodlands increased by 90,000 square kilometres - an area roughly the size of Portugal.
Forests cover almost a third of France, due in part to increased protection and a decline in farming. Over the last century, trees flourished as residents left the countryside for life in the city, and intensive agriculture meant less land was needed for farming.
Although the re-wilding process has slowed, the area of land covered by trees continues to expand. France is fourth most forested country in Europe, after Sweden, Finland and Spain.
Sweden has strong protections against deforestation and trees cover around 70% of the surface area, similar to Finland, but not all of the forests are natural. Many of Europe’s forests are managed to produce wood to make paper, or timber for construction, or as fuel. As trees in those forests are felled, more are planted, and European plantations expand by an area the size of 1,500 soccer pitches every day.
Forests used in the paper making industry are well managed and sustainable with certification schemes such as the Forest Stewardship Council and the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification ensuring that paper comes from sustainable forest sources.
Paper is also one of the world’s most recycled materials, and is one of the few materials that is able to be completely recycled. The European recycling rate for paper and cardboard continues to lead the world and the last figures in 2019 show that this reached 85.8%. A report by the Swedish Royal Institute for Technology stated that reading a physical newspaper can consume 20% less carbon than viewing the news on line.
How many times can paper be recycled?
The average number of times your printer paper can be recycled is about five to seven times. After that, the fibers will become too short and can’t be made into copier paper anymore. From that point, it can be made into more of a paper paste and can be used for things like newspaper or egg cartons. earth911.com - Dec 3 2018.
The company supports an independent Charity, the `Mr. Felix Charity Trust`, which in-turn supports a number of different charities. Often these are smaller charities and operate on a totally voluntary basis without any paid overheads. We have been consistent and proud donators to the Woodland Trust.
Our Head Office is based in the Chelsea area of London, a renowned and historic place for arts and the home to many interior designers and creative companies. Our Distribution Centre and Giclée printing facilities are located some 15 miles from Central London, where the Company commits to running an environmentally friendly policy. We firmly believe in adhering to our policy of “local suppliers for local market’ This proximity of distribution, manufacturing and design, means that we can combine our commitment to excellence and ensure that all orders can be delivered to our customers almost anywhere in the World, within two working days.