Luitpold Domberger was a pioneer of screen-printing in Germany, and founded his first printing studio in 1949 in Stuttgart. He promoted and developed the medium throughout his lifetime, later in collaboration with his son Michael Domberger, who keeps the Domberger legacy alive and thriving today. Edition Domberger is at the forefront of printing, continuing to develop and promote the medium to create exceptional artworks, ranging from abstract to constructivist and pop. It offers artists the opportunity to work with both digital and screen-printing techniques alongside leading print experts. Josef Albers, Eduardo Chillida, Jospeh Beuys, Robert Indiana, Antoni Tàpies and Cy Twombly are amongst the many influential artists to have worked with Edition Domberger over the last seventy years.