Your Print Specialists (YPS) returns to Sign & Digital UK 2019. With a focus on digital textile printing and interior decor.
To begin, YPS is announcing that Anthony Devine. Founder and Creative Director of Ministry of Upholstery. Star of BBC’s Money for Nothing programme, will be bringing his pioneering upholstery school to YPS. On Stand E2 at this year’s Sign and Digital UK exhibition. Moreover, Devine will be holding live workshops throughout each day. Demonstrating how accessible upholstery production can be. While utilising printed fabrics produced using Mimaki digital textile print technology.
In addition, a champion for digitally printed textiles, Devine’s Ministry of Upholstery began in 2013 and starting and continuing in Manchester. Moreover, the school features a large, well equipped workshop space. Enabling individuals to learn upholstery skills and create a bespoke piece of furniture. Featuring their own personalised fabric.
“Ministry of Upholstery is a modern upholstery school and we’re pioneering a new way of learning, which is accessible, flexible and inclusive”.
States Devine, who previously outsourced printing for several years before finally taking the plunge and purchasing a Mimaki TS300-1800 printer. In addition, to a heat transfer press through Mimaki Authorised Reseller Partner, YPS.
“We are delighted to host Anthony on our stand at Sign & Digital UK 2019″.
States Georgia Brown, YPS Sales Director. “Making our customers aware of new technology, materials and the opportunities they create is a responsibility we take very seriously. Furthermore, we can see this echoed in the ethos of Ministry of Upholstery also. Therefore, Anthony is a fantastic ambassador for embracing personalised digital textile print for the home décor market.”
At Sign & Digital UK, Devine will be showcasing the power of digital print from artwork creation to finished furniture.
Using several of his TV designs, he will be demonstrating various upholstery processes. Working on several projects to include a chair inspired by the Mona Lisa, the art of deep buttoning and more. On the YPS stand, he will be discussing how he took some of his most talked about designs from idea to realisation. In addition, why digital print has always been and continues to be his preferred tool, when it comes to creating cutting edge design.
Furthermore, “Digital textile print is an exciting route to new business and profitability,” states Brown. “With the advent of digital textile innovations and improvements in technology, the market is changing rapidly. Moreover, with the lower cost of production through affordable print technology, inks and a wider choice of fabrics. Small companies can now cost effectively print on demand.”
Finally, “Digitally printed textiles are growing three-fold globally, and set to continue in the next 5 years. The market sector is worth over $20 billion, of which an estimated 3-5% is currently digital” she continues.