(Quoted from Ben Fellowes and Roland DGA. Full article here.)
Since 1880 when the first lithographic press was built, the world has been in love with posters. For two centuries the poster has been a vehicle for everything from advertisements pasted onto street corners, to favorite band posters tacked onto the walls of student dorms.
In today’s digital print environment, posters are as popular as ever and print and graphics providers are using Roland machines to print poster art on all manner of different films, papers, and substrates. The following examples of Roland printed posters illustrate how you can print onto different materials while maintaining the dynamic color and visual impact that makes poster art so appealing and enduring.
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