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Central Saint Martins and Epson establish a creative partnership amongst students

Epson and world-renowned arts and design college Central Saint Martins have formed a collaboration that will support education and encourage students to experiment with its large format digital textile printers. Epson already has a highly successful relationship with British fashion designer Richard Quinn, a former MA student at Central Saint Martins who this year won […]

The Print Show’s return to the NEC

Epson will run at least seven different printer models at The Print Show this year. These will demonstrate the breadth of applications and high-quality results achievable from its dye sublimation, textile, label, photographic, POS and signage printers. On loan from fashion designer Richard Quinn, who uses Epson SureColor SC-F dye sublimation and DTG equipment, will […]

Attitudes to print are changing, but paper remains king in today’s digital world

Where does print fit in today’s digital world? Epson’s Adrian McLellan believes it remains at the very centre of organisations using digital to reimagine workflows and processes. What is the role of print in the digital workplace? How are our needs for printing services changing as our behaviour in the office evolves? These are questions […]

Inkjet printers could save Europe up to €176 million

Companies could save up to €176 million on their energy bill and 333,041 metric tons of CO 2emission savings in Europe as a result of choosing Epson inkjet printing technology over laser printers. The information is presented in Epson’s first European Sustainability Report, The Green Choice, which reinforces Epson’s CSR commitment and highlights its achievements […]

Epson demonstrates work from tomorrow’s designers and teams up with a wide range of partners at FESPA

Tasteful and eye-catching – exceptional work of textiles students in Hall 2.2 Stand D30 at FESPA in Berlin, 15-18 May. Underlining Epson’s encouragement of young talent, its stand at FESPA 2018 will feature work from textile students from two UK universities – Birmingham City University and the University of Leeds. Each university ran a brief […]

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