Big Picture - May 2017 - 6
Artist Julia Gruner collaborated with KWOM graphix
(kwom.de) in Overath, Germany, to produce a 4300-squarefoot installation as part of the "new talents - biennale
cologne" arts festival in Cologne. The graphic was crafted as
a protest against the bleakness of local postwar architecture,
according to Gruner's website; the design was created by
photographing a mix of paints in an old french-fry tray.
KWOM used Durst Rho 512R and HP Latex 260 printers to
image WrapTheFloor Aslan DFP 47 material, and no
laminate was required.
The square footage of media that will be produced in the Asia-Pacific region by 2020.
Source: InfoTrends Ultimate Guide's "Wide Format Printing in China" report