Last week ISA held its annual International Sign Expo as a virtual event.
Digital textile printing is reshaping the fast fashion industry.
The Center for Excellence in Surface Imaging at Thomas Jefferson University is launching a new program aimed at surface decoration.
Andy Paparozzi hosted a webinar taking a closer look at the current state of the graphics production industry.
Wide-format and signage shops are looking to expand into new markets, and one tempting small-format application is catalogs.
Catalogs were not exempt from the massive changes that happened in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Print service provider bluemedia isn’t a stranger to the Super Bowl.
SPIRE is an invitation-only event that is typically held in the spring for CEOs and top executives from industry leaders.
Earlier this year, the virtual EFI Engage event invited attendees from around the world to participate in sessions across two weeks, with content spanning every aspect of the print spectrum. Wide-format was one of those segments that saw multiple sessions; here are a few of the highlights. Embracing Estimating and Quality Control In the session…
The new year has just started, but we’re already looking ahead to the next round of Rising Stars.
As we look back at 2020, these are some of the top articles focused on growth and new opportunities that you might have missed.
On Dec. 9 and 10, the PRINTING United Alliance and AATCC hosted the annual Digital Textile Printing Conference.
As this year comes to a close, Wide-format Impressions looked back at some of the companies who found ways to innovate successfully.
The final day of the PRINTING United Digital Experience was dedicated to Digital Textiles.
Functional and industrial printing is roughly a $1.45 trillion space, which means a lot of opportunities for printers.