Monthly Archives: January 2005

The Art of Business: Managing People and Processes

If you haven’t yet, take a moment to read last Wednesday’s column on, "Industry Analysis: Welcome to the New World of Print Production" by John C Dunn. John makes a great point: Creative professionals should market their ability to manage processes as effectively as they market their creative skills. After all, the nature of […]

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OneVision Speedflow Impose: Premiere for Networked Imposition and PDF 1.6 for Print and Media Production

OneVision Software AG, leading supplier of innovative software solutions which simplify print and media production, today introduces Speedflow Impose 2.2 – an updated version of its imposition software strengthening the focus on networked production. The new version includes technological features that will contribute to further increase efficiency of PDF based imposition. As premier product for […]

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Download Fifty Free Stock Photos and Find New Royalty-Free Stock Photo CD-ROMS by Turbo Photo at $49 or Less

Graphic designers on a tight budget may appreciate the fifty new stock photo CDs released by Turbo Photo ( for only $49 or less each. The royalty-free CD-ROMs cover various subjects such as Animals, People, Nature, Food, Travel, and Backgrounds, and include a free 300dpi hi-res download for each CD title. With fifty CD titles, […]

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Art4Love Inc. Partners With PictureArts to Provide Décor Imagery to Corporate Clientele

Art4Love Inc. (ALVI.PK) has announced an agreement with PictureArts Corp. to make fine art prints of its outstanding images available to corporate clients. Through this revenue sharing agreement, Art4Love Inc. now is able to offer its clients a wide range of PictureArts’ unique, rights-managed photographic images for their corporate walls. The PictureArts agreement will provide […]

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TrendWatch Graphic Arts to Update Installed Base Study

In 2001, TrendWatch Graphic Arts undertook a first-of-its-kind, landmark study of the graphic arts industry. Using the reliable TrendWatch methodology, the study developed market share and installed base data for more than a dozen graphic arts products-from offset presses and digital printing equipment to graphic arts film and plates, from desktop scanners to computer-to-plate equipment–in […]

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Innovative Training Newsletter for Corel Painter Winning Rave Reviews

Have a question about using Corel Painter? Ask Karen Sperling and she’ll answer in her Artistry Tips and Tricks newsletter! "This is a brand-new concept in computer software training," says Sperling. "For just $10 a month, readers get to ask the author of the first several Painter manuals in addition to several published Painter books […]

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Professional Artist Program Launched by National Fine Arts Title Registry

A program catering to the needs of professional artists was unveiled today on the National Fine Arts Title Registry (NFATR) Web site, The Professional Artist Program allows artists to register and create online records for an unlimited number of artworks and then transfer the ownership title as each work is sold to create provenance. […]

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