Summer is festival season in the UK and Port Eliot Festival in Cornwall last week (27-30th July) celebrated words, music, fashion, nature and food. One of the stages at the event was the ‘The Wardrobe Department’ which hosted interviews with new young creative talent and design legends on a set totally designed, and much of it personally produced, by award-winning fashion designer Richard Quinn using Epson digital print technology.
Concurrent with the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, the Royal Academy Schools has hosted an exhibition to show students’ exceptional artwork across a wide range of media. Much of this has been created using Epson large format printers and projectors, technology which has also fostered others in their outside-the-box creative thinking.
Textile and fashion designer Richard Quinn has launched the Richard Quinn Print Studio, a unique textile printworks offering Epson dye sublimation and traditional screen printing services and workshops.
To boost the capacity and variety of signage products it produces, Slam Signs has invested in a 64-inch Epson SureColor SC-S80600 wide format printer. The new printer, supplied by Papergraphics, joins a SureColor SC-S40600 which was installed two years ago.