Hello !

We are Et and Claire Koenig,
founders and owners of Print with Loop.

With a background in Professional Photography and Interior Design
spanning more than 20 years, we are passionate about creating beautiful products and eco-friendly living.

Our Story

Print with Loop was borne from a desire to offer a variety of creative and easy ways to get photos and stories off devices and into our homes and lives, while honouring the Environment and its precious resources. Our products are designed with storytelling in mind, as everyone has a great story to tell, and it deserves to be told beautifully..

We believe in supporting local. All our products are hand-crafted by us in our family run workshop and we source our raw materials, where possible, from local, ethical suppliers.

We hope you enjoy our products as much as we enjoy making them!

We look forward to creating something unique for you.

We love creating new and interesting products! Don’t see what you are looking for?
Simply let us know and we will see what we can do to accommodate you.

Looking for a bulk order for your function or corporate gift?
No problem. Get in touch and let’s talk about how we can help you.


What our awesome
customers think

The whole process from ordering to receiving the package was so quick. I love the matt finish, it also does not take away from the clarity of the images. Really high quality and definitely a great way to capture special memories. Would highly recommend these prints and the company in general.

“Would highly recommend these prints and the company in general.”
Elma Burger
WC, South Africa

Our Partners

We have gone to extreme lengths to source the most eco-friendly and sustainable raw materials available.

Where possible we purchase our raw materials from South African companies that are using South African raw materials and skills. We also insist on suppliers that have made a genuine effort to make their products either mostly or fully eco friendly.

We have partnered with suppliers that are:
  • Based in South Africa, where possible
  • Using local resources and raw materials
  • Providing the most sustainable options currently available