Shoppers taking advantage of Cyber Monday today can buy personalized fashion from Constrvct, a website that allows users to upload images, transforming them into oversized prints for leggings, dresses, and more. The catch? The site’s popularity has forced company owners to make some website upgrades, which has slowed recent orders.
DuPont Digital Printing and EFI Reggiani have collaborated to produce a pigment ink for the Reggiani ReNoir line of digital textile printers. DuPont Artistri PK2600 ink is suitable for printing on cotton, polyester, viscose, cotton/polyester blends, and non-woven materials. It is available in 8 colors, including green, orange, blue, and violet; EFI reports that a dual-black configuration with 3 additional colors is another popular option.
Swimkidz Swimming School commissioned print provider Elite Signs and Graphics to wrap a set of four vehicles of varying sizes with these bubbly visuals in Bridgend. Printed on 3M Controltac IJ180 and Contravision 60/40 perforated window film with a Roland Soljet Pro III XC-540 printer.
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My friend John works as a hypnotist (full-time and profitably) in New York City. Hypnotism, it turns out, isn’t what most people think. John’s clients want to lose weight, quit smoking, or control embarrassing habits; he rarely reaches into their subconscious and pulls out anything they can’t recognize. Think of it as guided imagery, rather than the theatrical magic that movies depict.
Presto Tape and Los Angeles-based Gans Ink & Supply have teamed up to distribute Presto Tape’s removable wide-format media for wallcoverings, murals, and P-O-P signage. The company’s offerings include CanvasTac canvas and PrestoTex polyester fabric, each available in iridescent finishes.
Tekra has released its JetView Latex Polycarbonate film in a clear version, designed for reverse printing for extra ink protection in long-term applications of backlit and P-O-P signage. The 15-mil, latex-printable film’s design reportedly reduces the need for lamination. Available in 48-in. widths.
Applied Cutting Solutions (ACS) has announced its distribution agreement with MCT Digital, a manufacturer of wide-format digital finishing equipment. ACS will add MCT’s new VersaTech cutter to its offerings, available from its Bellingham, Washington, location.
PolyOne has announced its new corporate website. A consolidation of the company’s 12 portfolio websites, the site is designed for simpler customer navigation as well as sharing a variety of resources, including webinars, technical support, and an application idea center. Customers can also find any PolyOne product – including ink formulations, vinyl films, thermoformed packaging, and more – directly from the homepage, which has been optimized for mobile usage.
Starting a new business is risky in an age when up to 90 percent of entrepreneurial endeavors fail, according to Fortune magazine. So, when NiteHawk Pediatric Urgent Care planted its roots in Wylie, Texas, they knew they needed to set themselves apart.
“They didn’t want to be like other pediatric spaces,” says Sarosh Nayar, owner of the Fastsigns franchise of northeast Dallas. “They came to us asking, ‘What can you do to help us make this feel different?’”
Google is testing a new way of selling digital billboard advertisements by extending its DoubleClick ad technology, which was previously reserved for desktop computers and mobile phones.
Google’s subsidiary, DoubleClick, would allow users to buy and sell digital billboard ads through an automated process instead of having to manually place an order with an outdoor advertising company. The technology will gather information like audience, weather, travel information, scores of current sporting events, and more to determine when and where the messages will be shared.