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Modern printing began in the fifteenth century after the invention of the printing press by Johannes Gutenberg (1398-1468).
However, the history of print goes back much further in time. This blog will be in two sections. The history of print from 3000b.c. up until Gutenberg’s revolutionary invention will be part one. A brief description of the evolution of the industry up until the present day will be part two.
NEW PRODUCT - Foamex Boards!
Even though we have been creating Foamex Boards and Signs forever, we have now launched these as a feature product on our website - avaliable for you to purchase.
We are going to explain what Foamex Board is and its uses, to see if it would work for you.
I wanted to share something great I found which still links with our printing world.
Pantone, the international brand best known for its spot colour palettes, has opened a hotel located in the heart of Brussels just a 5-minute walk from the fashionable Avenue Louise and Metro Louise. Why a hotel?
Welcome to the center of the colour universe. The Pantone Hotel invites you to experience the city of Brussels through a lens of color and a spectrum of comforts. From the moment you arrive, our “hotel of colours” will awaken your senses to an array of delights and playful surprises.
RGB or CMYK?
Often people have come to us quering the difference between these colour modes and what they should use. The color systems used by scientists and artists are entirely different.
An artist will mix blue and yellow paint to get a shade of green; a scientist will mix green and red light to create yellow. The printed page in a magazine is yet another system.
As a designer and printer, it is essential to know when to use RGB vs CMYK. But very few designers and clients know why.
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