SA International (SAi) has announced that its popular FlexiPrint signmaking software will be bundled with the newly launched HP Latex 310 and 330 printers.
Arlon Graphics has announced the launch of its new corporate logo worldwide, as well as a new brand expression: “Creating Innovative Materials for Visual Expression.” The new logo and brand image are part of a strategic goal to form a stronger brand connection with Arlon customers and to differentiate the brand from its competitors, the company reports.
Barbieri Electronic, the Italian-based producer, manufacturer and supplier of intelligent color-measurement systems, has established Barbieri North America, Inc.
The International Sign Association (ISA) reports that its 2014 Sign Expo, held April 24-26 in Orlando, broke attendance and exhibit-hall records for that locale. Attendance topped 18,110, up more than 10 percent versus 2012, the last time the show was held in Orlando. Total exhibit hall space, at 198,900 square feet, was also a record-breaker for Orlando, up five percent from 2012, the association reports. More than 580 companies were represented on the show floor.
1. Russia│ Double Grill and Bar in Yekaterinburg, Russia, decided to promote its flame-broiled steaks and charcoal-grill process by actually flame-broiling its billboard. An image of a raw steak was visible by day – but by night, two men dressed as chefs with flamethrowers in tow set ablaze eight vertical lines on the billboard. Post-fire, passersby could see the “grilled” steak along with a new stamp of approval –the restaurant’s name.
When it comes to the Daytona International Speedway, Budweiser cans, American flag T-shirts, and thundering noise typically come to mind. But there’s a whole other side to the Daytona 500 event that happens away from the 2.5-mile tri-oval superspeedway: a designated area on track grounds for all the interactive experiential marketing teams involved with the event.
The Big Picture has launched The Big Picture Premier Printer Guide – its new online platform that allows print service providers to access in-depth data and specs on wide-format printers across the marketplace, and evaluate that hardware for use in their operations.
Roland DGA has introduced its new Roland DisplayStudio digital sign system, the company’s first foray into the dynamic-signage market.
Designed specifically for print service providers, the new system is a turnkey solution featuring the necessary components for a shop to get started in dynamic signage, says Roland, including:
In early August, one of the largest outdoor art shows ever conceived – Art Everywhere US – will take over 50,000 out-of-home sites across the US. Approximately 50 masterworks of American art from various museums’ collections will be installed on static and digital billboards, subway platforms and trains, and buses and bus shelters. And people across the country have an opportunity to help determine which artwork makes the final cut.
When it comes to RIPs and workflow, you have many, many choices. And while it’s certainly helpful in considering any shop tool or supply to drill down into its specs and specific features, it’s also critical to look at how that tool’s use might be changing.