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Volume XII Issue 8 | February 26, 2010
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Nothing but Blue Skies, the second and final part of our series on warranties, profiles Blue Sky Graphics of Fort Worth, TX. The shop regularly wraps bass fishing boats. Don't forget to follow Digital Output on Twitter, @DO_Magazine for timely announcements.

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Nothing but Blue Skies
Blue Sky Graphics’ journey into the world of marine graphics began like many others. The Fort Worth, TX print service provider (PSP) was already wrapping vehicles when it realized it was missing the boat on this niche market. "We decided to give it a shot and procured a boat to play around with and test it out," says Skip Madara, founder, Blue Sky Graphics... more >>
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Close doesn't count
GTI Graphiclite color viewing systems are able to render Standard D50 daylight closer than any of the competitors.

Visual Communications
Ritrama's Visual Communication and Graphics division offers products in the screen, digital, and cast vinyl markets.

If you can imagine it, we can build it
Sign Bracket Store offers sign blanks, banner brackets, and sign lighting.

All in the Family
David Saffir grew up a member of a creative family, "surrounded by people interested in making art," he fondly remembers. His mother and aunt were painters; his sister and an uncle both photographers. "I didn’t get serious about photography until about two years before digital became a viable tool for commercial photography," recalls Saffir. Though Saffir has an appreciation for both film and digitally captured images... more >>

Scanning for the Graphic Arts
To the graphic arts, capture means more than digitizing and archiving. On a larger scale, sophisticated wide format scanning solutions are necessary for fine art reproduction. It is important to recognize that the correct mix of consumables, substrates, and printing equipment won’t necessarily produce the best results. The graphic must be high quality... more >>
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