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Print on just about anything.

February 10, 2008
  • If you’d like to explore some “Alternative Media”, check out InkAid’s site.  They sell coatings that you can apply to any surface, rendering it suitable for inkjet printing.  Imagine printing on wood, metal, fabric…. anything thin enough to pass through your printer.
  • Speaking of Alternative… This month’s Photoshop User (March 08) has an  article about glazing photographic (inkjet printed) images onto ceramics.  Some interesting examples.  This is definitely the way to go if you want your portfolio to have some real weight.
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One comment

  1. wow i’m checking this out, ive been printing on glass with mixed results. cheers



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