We’re looking for diverse new voices in Wide-format Impressions.
As travel and tourism begins to pick back up, there is a host of great opportunities for wide-format printers to take advantage of.
The final day of the inaugural Wide-Format Summit ended on a high note.
The second day of the inaugural Wide-Format Summit, held July 28-30, kicked off a full day of intensive educational sessions.
With the latest innovations in printed electronics, we move one step closer to the ability to directly print microchips onto paper.
For 2021, with the vaccines rolling out and restrictions starting to retreat, the official launch of the Wide-Format Summit will take place July 28-30, at the Hyatt Lost Pines in Texas.
Now, more than ever, the interior décor of a space can mean the difference between calm, happy patients who are easier to treat, and panicked, depressed patients who present additional challenges on top of whatever problems have brought them through the door. And interior décor is something wide-format printers can help with.
Here are 10 tips on the pitfalls to watch out for when adding large-format, and how to set yourself up for success.
As the COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues, how will that impact retail businesses and the wide-format printers who serve them?
The term “fast fashion” didn’t always have the best connotations, but digital textile printing is changing that narrative.
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.