Reflections at the End of the Trade Show Season – Part III

Here is my third post, some final refections as the busy trade show season is mostly over. The biggest trends of the past ten years have been related to digital printing and to concerns about the effects of printing and garments on the environment. Developments in the environmental realm seem to have slowed down, but still do continue and I assure you they will not stop.
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Domingo Gigante– FESPA Digital

Imprimir sobre ropa realmente ha evolucionado mucho y el mejor lugar para verlo es en los ganadores de los premios FESPA 2014. EEUU lideraba el mundo de la impresión pero los ganadores de este año eran de Rusia y Polonia. Cuentan con detalles increíbles en 3D e impresiones lenticulares, el resto del mundo está en efervescencia. El nivel de detalle es tan bueno que uno
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The Ink Kitchen goes to FESPA Digital 2014 – part two: Awards

Printing on garments has really come a long way and nowhere is that more apparent than in the winning prints for the FESPA Awards 2014. Once printers in the States ruled the world, but no longer. The winning prints at FESPA are incredible and they come from shops in Russia and Poland. From super fine details to 3-D effects to lenticular prints, the rest of
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Throwback Thursday– Mavericks and Such

Twelve years ago in March I was labeled a “Maverick” by Counselor Magazine. Interestingly, my partner in crime here at the Ink Kitchen Tom Davenport was named as one of the 25 Hottest Movers and Shakers in the industry in April of this year by that same Counselor magazine. Here’s the Counselor piece about Tom http://www.asipublications.com/counselor/Awards/content.aspx?id=1218 You can also see Rachel Newman our pal at Hanes
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