Print 18

Brian and I had the opportunity to visit Print 18 yesterday and learn more about all the new equipment and technology.  The printing industry has made several large changes over the past 30 years.  The industry as a whole is continues to change rapidly. As we move from “Print isn’t Dead” to “The future is…Continue reading Print 18

Printers Row Losing Its Last Printer

CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago was once the publishing capital of the world for books, magazines, and catalogs. From the late 19th century through much of the 20th century, most of the work was done in one city neighborhood As CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports, Printers Row is losing the last link to its past. “There’s something special about being here…Continue reading Printers Row Losing Its Last Printer

Looking for Chicago’s Printers Row? It’s on Ravenswood

In January, the announced sale of the Palmer Printing plant at 739 S. Clark Street made official what has long felt like an inevitability: there are no more printers in Printer’s Row. Once one of the nation’s liveliest printing hubs, the Printer’s Row neighborhood hasn’t lived up to its name for decades. Following the exodus of industry giants like…Continue reading Looking for Chicago’s Printers Row? It’s on Ravenswood

Check out the Marketing Pavilion at Graph Expo

Marketing Pavilion at Graph Expo The highly popular Marketing Pavilion returns for GRAPH EXPO 14 offering printers and marketers the opportunity to network with peers and talk to experts looking to help them make an impact. Below are some of the companies exhibiting within the Pavilion. Direct Smile GmbH (Booth 1570) invented image personalization in…Continue reading Check out the Marketing Pavilion at Graph Expo