Printeriors at FESPA Global Print expo 2021

by FESPA | 01/03/2022

FESPA Printeriors took place at FESPA Global Print Expo 2021 in October at the RAI exhibition centre in Amsterdam. FESPA Printeriors featured illustrations and graphic elemnets designed by Jasper Goodhall, a highly respected photographer and illustrator.

The exhibit focused on botanical forms, taking inspiration from nature. Using the most advanced digital printing technology, the Printeriors showcased and explored new developments, technologies, applications, materials and opportunities for the print industry. Printed surfaces included: Textiles, Wallcoverings, Acrylics, Laminates, Glass, Metal, Wood, Leather, Dynamic and Interactive Lightbox’s, Carpets, Rugs, Droptix, Upholstery, Fine Art and Accessories. Sustainability and Circular design were front of mind in concept and production and will be enhanced for 2022. FESPA Printeriors 2022 will return to Messe Berlin from 31st May - 3rd June 2022. Register your interest now:

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