Digital printing is redefining how art is created and providing new markets for wide format printing19 Feb 2018
Throughout history, technology has provided artists with new tools for expression. Where would Andy Warhol have been without silk screen printing and David Hockney without the Polaroid? Digital printing now offers artists new ways to create and sell art. Digitally printed artwork is rapidly increasing in popularity and acceptance—galleries, hotels, offices, restaurants, casinos and other venues are huge markets for giclée prints and other digitally printed fine art. Many photographers and fine artists embrace digital printing of their images as a form of expression, or as an additional way to market their work at reasonable prices.
HP have launched the HP DesignJet T1700 printer, the next-generation 44-inch solutions for CAD and geographic information system (GIS) workgroups to produce highly accurate documents and maps with powerful processing and a new level of security.
FESPA, the global federation of national Associations for the speciality print industry, will introduce a new Digital Corrugated Experience at FESPA Global Print Expo 2018 (Messe Berlin, 15-18 May 2018).
This year’s Dscoop Conference is set to make history. With laser-focus on helping member business growth and offering up an expanded community - the experience is a can’t miss event.
DS Smith, Europe’s leading packaging strategist, is currently installing the second HP T1100S machine at DS Smith in the Germany & Switzerland region, in partnership with HP.