Create a Wall is a digital décor printing and design company servicing the Melbourne, Australia area. The company started 12 years ago, as an owner-operator business in the window film industry. Printing was just a small part of the business at that time, but owners, Jarrod Malcolm and Leah Corn, saw growth and opportunity in large format printing and decided to purchase an HP Latex 360. From there, they took a chance and expanded into the hottest new design market—custom-designed, digitally printed wall-coverings, wall papers, posters and more. Utilizing the HP Wallart Suite software, Create A Wall was born and within a year became a profitable DIY, custom décor business.
HP at Heimtextil 2018, has unveiled a new collection of digitally printed interiors in designer curated rooms, each serving a specific purpose, as HP continues to grow digital décor printing opportunities for print service providers and creative possibilities for designers.
The Cadbury’s World Theme Park in Birmingham, England is reminiscent of Willie Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. The large format digital printing specialists at PressOn were commissioned by RMA Themed Attractions to create the Park’s interactive and completely immersive 4D zone.
Robin Sprong’s investment in HP latex printing technology has transformed his business from essentially a one-man show, into a thriving, award-winning image consultancy firm that is expanding worldwide into a variety of on-demand décor products. The Robin Sprong portfolio is developing new offerings such as floor graphics, sound absorbent paneling, blinds, polyester, natural and synthetic fabrics, and backsplashes; all using a wide variety of media from non-woven wallpapers to self-adhesive vinyl and fabrics.
Market-leading printer resellers Perfect Colours is set to offer clients an alternative to buying or leasing their print equipment with a straightforward rental initiative. The difference between the new rental package and the company’s traditional leasing offer is that customers can simply rent a new printer for a fixed monthly fee without the option to buy the equipment at the end of the three-year agreement.