With the advances in inkjet media, printers and ink, it’s no surprise that our customers continue to create some of the most innovative projects in the industry. Take a look back on 2016 with us to revisit some of the most inspiring customer projects we’ve ever seen:
Taking business décor to the next level: Designer Jamie Birch has brought a new way of displaying graphics to the table — literally. He transfers graphics onto flat surfaces such as tables, counter tops and bar tops, and constructs custom designs with LexJet Print-N-Stick Fabric and LexJet Crystal Low Tack. The details of his process is, of course, a trade secret, however, he gave an overview of the steps. READ MORE.
As if surfing wasn’t cool enough already: A handful of years ago, West Palm Beach, Fla., photographer and surfer Tony Arruza discovered a way to combine his two passions. He contacted his LexJet sales representative to get a sample of 3P Universal Light fabric to see if it could be printed, applied to a functioning surfboard and sealed with resin. “To our amazement, it worked fantastic. It didn’t smear or run; it laid flat and didn’t buckle,” Arruza says of his test. READ MORE
Modern art pairs print, paint, sculpture and more. Artist Stephen Rock blends digital work with painting and drawing as well as sculpting. His recent work that was featured in Seattle’s SAM Gallery blends pigmented prints on watercolor or rag paper and collage elements. His paper of choice: LexJet’s Sunset Matte Rag. READ MORE
Capping off a photography certificate program at New York Film Academy. Photography students at the NYFA not only master shooting and editing, but also printing their final work. Each semester, the best images are chosen for display for the students’ graduation ceremony, and left up, gallery-style, on the walls for several months. See why NYFA turned to LexJet Print-N-Stick Fabric to get the job done. READ MORE
Stay tuned to the LexJet blog for more of our customers’ best projects.