By Andy McRae When asked a year ago about the developing trends for 2019, the author was forecasting a definite convergence of the digital signage and audiovisual (AV) industries as an obvious trend. In looking back at the past year, this was definitely the case. This was certainly not the only trend, however. There has…
These days, headlines about the state of the out-of-home (OOH) industry are invariably promising, with the medium seeing a resurgence of attention from business leaders around the world. In 2018, the industry was worth $31 billion, and it experienced a growth of about 4.5 per cent in 2019.
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
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