Denise M. Gustavson

Denise M. Gustavson

Denise Gustavson is the Editorial Director and Special Projects Editor for the Printing & Packaging Group, which includes Printing Impressions, packagePRINTING, In-plant Graphics and Wide-Format Impressions magazines, among other brands. She is also the Editor-in-Chief of Wide-Format Impressions.

Chip Shortage Repercussions Continue

Due to a continuing chip shortage, Epson UltraChrome HD and HDX ink cartridges of all sizes will transition to a different design with new part numbers starting June 1, 2023.

Looking Back at ISA 2023

Denise Gustavson and Toni McQuilken report in on some of the products and trends they saw on the ISA 2023 show floor.

From The Editor: Print Isn’t Dead. It’s Different.

In her latest editorial, Wide-format Impressions, Editor-in-Chief Denise Gustavson discusses how recent changes in shopping behavior, including digital content and online ordering, have shaken up the way retail works and how PSPs must know how to serve the segment.

Everything Old is New Again

Why is it that aqueous printers, which were wide-format’s first inkjet technology, are still around and, seemingly, doing better than ever? We asked that question — and others — to a panel of aqueous inkjet experts from some of the wide-format industry’s founding manufacturers: Canon USA, Epson America, HP, and Ricoh.

The Next Evolution of the Canon Colorado

The Canon Colorado M-Series printers are the “next generational step in the Colorado series” and feature two speed configurations and optional UVgel white ink capabilities.

2023 Wide-Format Print Outlook

Print shop owners are preparing for what could be a rocky 2023. After nearly three years of dealing with pandemic-induced pressures, business owners are bracing for more tough times to come. As we enter the new year, executives shared their expected challenges — and opportunities — with us.

Holiday Windows Shine Extra Bright

We are well into the holiday retail season and “it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…” — especially if you’ve been walking around in any large city as the huge holiday windows twinkle and shine.