Harvest Productions, the leading manufacturer of personalized photo wall décor in the United States, has changed its corporate name to JONDO. With expansion into regions around the world company leadership wanted a name that could be commonly shared and as functional in other languages as it is in English. Operations in the United States will employ JONDO-USA as their regional identity.
JONDO began in 1989 as Harvest Productions in the three car garage of John S. Doe’s Anaheim Hills’ home. At that time it utilized state of the art IRIS technology to reproduce artists’ watercolor paintings. Quality requirements in that business are uncompromising and Harvest led the industry in quality innovations which gave birth to the photo giclee art form.
By leveraging its heritage in fine art reproduction, its pioneering experience in the integration of digital workflow and adoption of lean manufacturing practices JONDO is now positioned as the global standard-setting photographic output provider.
With the advent of mass market digital imaging new frontiers have opened for consumer photo products. Today, JONDO leverages its rich heritage to offer an expanding portfolio of affordable, accessible, professional-quality products from five facilities, providing next day delivery to more than 450 million empowered consumers.