The brain behind your bookshelves
Lately, barely a day goes by when we don’t have an event to mark, or a designated day to honour something special. International Coffee Day, for example, is an important reminder of the role of hot beverages in the workplace (not that we need reminding). But sometimes a day comes along that’s Canon through and through…
So today we proudly celebrate International Print Day! This year’s theme is #PRINT2GETHER, so as you might imagine we have plenty to say about print, people and why it matters for us all…
Deborah Corn is the brains behind International Print Day. She’s a force of nature, connecting people, knowledge sharing and educating on professional print.
If you’re a photographer making the move to professional print, you might find yourself overwhelmed with technical terms. From ‘colour gamut’ to ‘full bleed’, you’ll find the answers here.
Getting things done, being organised or even… having fun! Print can do all these things, just by having the right tools in your home.
Our customer Teletransfer in Spain was tasked with covering more than 600 buses in Barcelona. Clue: It takes less time than you might think!
Well, yes. In the Netherlands investment is being made in braille street signs with an added dimension, making navigating through towns a safer and more positive experience.
Canon Ambassador, David Noton believes in the power of print and isn’t afraid to talk about it. Here he speaks to a 200 strong audience about his work as a photographer and why print matters.
Hemodynamics is the study of blood flow and, surprisingly, it has plenty in common with the science that lies behind the print.