How does someone express the idea that our fragile environment is in trouble? Scientists and researchers use numbers and statistics to communicate this point. Activists and politicians may relate a story full of detail and examples to get their statement across. Fine artists, often without those same communication tools, often create artwork that visually speaks to the subject matter.
J&M Gemini has released Simple, a business-management software that has been specifically designed for large-format graphics companies.
To help build anticipation for the latest installment of the X-Men film saga, 20th Century Fox worked with Fresno, California-based Big3D (big3d.com) to give this poster for X-Men Origins: Wolverine a lenticular treatment.
A demonstration video of the Roland Versa UV provided by Roland.
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Epson America and EFI have joined up to create the Epson Stylus Pro 900 Series Proofing Editions. The software combines the proofing advantages that come with the Epson Stylus Pro 7900 or 9900 wide-format inkjet printers, along with EFI’s Colorproof XF v4.0 for Epson.
DaVinci Technology has introduced FSC-certified GreenLight, a backlit poster paper. Printable on two sides, the translucent double-coated paper can be used in digital, offset, screen and flatbed UV applications.
ElevenTen Color has added an S-1151 Series of low-solvent inks for Seiko ColorPainter printers. According to ElevenTen, the inks offer plug-and-play conversion process, an equipment and application warranty, and an OEM color gamut match so there’s no need for new profiles.
As a business owner, flipping the green switch can require significant capital investments. It may require changing tried-and-true production methods. It can result in more expensive consumables at a time when customers’ price sensitivity is at an all-time high. “Woe is me,” says the print provider. “I want to be green as I can be, but I can’t make any big financial commitments right now. Our first priority is, after all, staying solvent.” (Pun intended.)