See all the photos in the gallery section of this blog of the truly gorgeous fall mural that was installed by Beeline+Blue’s own installer Daniel Rodriguez. The mural was printed on a Scitex XL1500 in 18 panels with an overall size of 70 ft. x 30 ft. According to Steven … Continue reading
Joe Williamson, Principal, Franklin Imaging was elected to a 5-year term on the IRgA Board of Directors. According to Paul Fridrich, CEO of CyberCopy USA, Williamson will serve the term along with Steve Andrikut, Image Access who replaces Tim Horn of KIP as a Vendor Director. The board of directors … Continue reading
PR professionals have seen their go-to tools and tactics change, especially over the past few years. Gone are the days of fax machines. Despite the changing environment and increasing use of technology, one skill remains as relevant as ever: knowing how to write a press release. Reap the benefits of … Continue reading
Steven Strooh, Beeline and Blue suggested this blog titled “Breathing Color”. He says the advice is excellent and worthy of a look. This company sells media (canvas, fine art paper and other substrates and products) as it relates to reproducing fine art prints. Certainly worth some time!
In this article in Talk Business, you’ll find out how you can sell your clients on printing to support online business efforts. Print and online media do not need to be separated and sent to their rooms. In fact, the print medium has been supporting online for years. Take a … Continue reading
Take a look at the virtual tour of the Canon Expo 2015 in New York City a few weeks ago. Go to: Expo2015NY.com/virtualtour to take the tour.
According to an article in WhatTheyThink? it seems that anything spouting/jetting ink was popular at the show, but wide-format took a close second. This year, while inkjet and wide-format were the king and queen of the show, it was what you chose to jet ink upon that was the real … Continue reading
This article at www.3ders.org details the interesting breakthrough by a team of researchers at Harvard. They have invented a method for integrating disparate materials and properties–both flexible and rigid–along with conductive and resistive inks into a single 3D printed object. The result opens up the possibilities for entirely 3D printed … Continue reading
Why you ask? Take a look at this article in Printing Impressions to find out. In a nutshell, 80 percent of companies think they offer above average customer service, while only 8 percent of customers think they get above average customer service. Also, your competitors are selling on service and … Continue reading
Dominion Blue, Vancouver sent us these great photos of one of their newest projects–construction signage for their client using their Oce Arizona flatbed, printing white ink on a black Sintra. The client is Respect Your Universe, a retail operation with a mission to provide “a technical training brand engineered for … Continue reading
While some call the future of transactional printing and mailing–statements–bleak at best, others are saying the future might not be so bright that “‘ya gotta wear shades” but it’s not as bad as you might think. Check out this article from WhatTheyThink? written in conjunction with InfoTrends and draw your … Continue reading
…but what you’re printing on that matters! So says this article in Printing News. Last year, in digital wide format, new equipment was all the rage. This year it seems like it’s not the technology but what type of substrate you can print on to keep the customer happy. Check … Continue reading
Check out this article in DM News about how the American marketplace is shifting (in case you haven’t noticed already!). This author makes two critical points: first, the average consumer is decidedly different than it once was–more racially diverse, female and definitely younger. And second, if you want to grow your … Continue reading