Big Picture - May 2015 - (Page 1)

contents MAY 2015 | VOLUME 20, NUMBER 4 COLUMNS 2 Insight New blood. 24 Inked By Vince Cahill How European Union regulations are driving ink reformulations across the globe, and what you can expect from new LED UV-cure and latex products. 16 Graphics on the Go Design collisions, take two. 18 Business + Management Dollars and sense. DEPARTMENTS 6 Wide Angle Slam dunk. 8 Upfront News and noteworthy. 20 It's Alive By Robin Donovan 3D printing was introduced to medicine as a technology that could create medical models, prosthetics, even organ replicas. Today, biomedical engineers are racing to print living tissues with cells as ink, revolutionizing pharmaceutical testing, surgical procedures, and the way we see modern medicine. 30 32 R+D The latest tech, products, and supplies. Expert's Guide to FESPA 2015 40 Explorer By Sophie Matthews-Paul Clear Channel Spectacolor lights up Times Square, plus more news from the world of wide format. A wide-format printer's guide to the triannual show coming to Cologne this month, with a new focus on diversification and the increasingly blurred lines of print sectors. ON THE COVER Modernistic gives OneTen Cycle bike shop a graphics upgrade. Cover design by Kathleen DeZarn. http://www.BIGPICTURE.NET

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Big Picture - May 2015

Big Picture - May 2015
Wide Angle
Graphics on the Go
Business + Management
It's Alive
Expert's Guide to FESPA 2015
R + D

Big Picture - May 2015