About Elvis Swift

In a small town in the western United States, in the middle of the 20th century, Elvis Swift was born to parents of modest means. Little is known of his early years. As a young man, he was considered a dreamer, doodler, and lay-about. Ironically, Swift emerged as an internationally acclaimed illustrator, craftsman, and fine artist. The reclusive Swift spends most of the time working in his rock garden and is rarely seen in public.

Mr. Swift’s prints are created from original artwork produced by the use of ink and pen. Drawn on paper, generally at a very tiny size relative to the artwork presented on the prints.

Elvis Swift – American artist, has been sketching, drawing, painting and sculpting for all of his adult life (and most of his misspent youth). There is not a time he can recall being without an idea in mind and finding a means to bring it to pass.


Our prints are reproductions of original artwork created by Elvis Swift, employing state of the art printing methods with large format Aqueous printers. The prints are museum quality, using archival inks with the finest papers, canvas and equipment available anywhere.


Mr. Swift designs and makes many of our products and some are manufactured for us from a variety of sources. We are sourcing our materials primarily U.S.A. made and in some cases, we take the ‘Marco Polo’ approach by finding the best of worldwide suppliers. Our desire is to provide thoughtful pictures and practical items for use in your daily lives. Things that might remind you of someone or something from your past, a remembrance that brings joy. That’s our goal.

Remember, ‘Only BUY what you want to KEEP’.


Our Promise to you, our customers, is to serve you happily and swiftly, to make your time with us an enjoyable experience. Please let us know how we are doing in this regard.

Great care is exercised in the production of our prints, products and in our service, but absolute perfection is not guaranteed.

Thank you for visiting us. From all of us at ELVIS SWIFT Dry Goods & Supply – Objets D’art and Other Stuff

Client List

Atlantic Monthly
Barnes & Noble
Boston Globe
Chronicle Books
Crate & Barrel
Diageo Winery
Eleven Inc.
Harvard Business Journal
Johnson & Johnson
Kate Spade New York
Los Angeles Times
Martell Cognac
Matchbook Wine Company
Neiman Marcus
New York Times
Rob Report
Shalom Scripture Studies
Simon & Schuster
Stella Artois
The New Yorker
The Village Voice
Tiffany & Co.
Wall Street Journal
Washington Post
Werner Design Werks

If you are interested in licensing artwork or commissioning a work of art, please send Elvis a message via Pony Express, over the telegraph, or through his agent, Joanie Bernstein.

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