Today’s digital printing industry is stronger and broader than ever before. Several key trends are emerging as businesses incorporate more print types on different substrates—the largest of these being a growing inclination toward customization for clients.
Completed by artists Gene Pendon and El Mac in 2017, Tower of Songs—a 21-storey mural located on Crescent Street in downtown Montreal—commemorates the famous Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen and has undoubtedly become a signature landmark in the city.
Digitally printed textiles for the retail point-of-purchase (POP) market is one of the top growing trends in the industry. Businesses across North America are quickly adopting these substrate types for in-store display due to rapidly changing seasonal and year-round brand promotion
Large sign installation can provide jaw-dropping visuals that are sure to attract the attention of potential consumers. The windows of high-rise buildings can become a bold statement, while a mural engulfing the side of a five-storey building can catch the eye of every passerby.
Whether it is marketing collateral, packaging, or displays, brand colours must always match. Just a few years ago, one could have walked through a wide-format trade show with only a few (if any) colour management vendors