The Zine Culture

PrintWeek India speaks to two of the few Indian visual artists who are championing the print zine movement in India.


Jagdish Acharya: Hierarchy and structures don’t mean much in a creative environment

PrintWeek India talks to the founder and creative head of the boutique creative agency Cut The Crap about his agency’s trajectory so far. CTC has also recently forayed...


Xerox will continue to revolutionise digital print in India and the world

Balaji Rajagopalan, executive director of technology, channels and international distributor operations, Xerox India talks to Sriraam Selvam about his company’s...


Growing exponentially in thermoforming with Fujifilm Acuity

Established in 2012, Delhi-based manufacturer of signage and a master of thermoforming, Creatique has grown exponential in the last four years, staying true to the...


Why PS Thomas matters to Kochi - The Noel D'Cunha Sunday Column

The digital print specialist of this port city in Kerala was not just a disruptor who touched many industries. He shaped them. “We may never see one like him in...


Discussing digital during Dscoop Asia

The HP Dscoop Asia, themed “Winning Inspirations” saw 900+ print stakeholders flying to Singapore to attend the event on 17-18 November. Priya Raju provides a ringside...


"There is an untapped pool of 50,000 print firms in India"

In 2015, 85 offset presses were installed in India. Vinay Kaushal of Provin says we will have 75 new machines in 2016. And in 2017, we will see 100+ offset presses....


Toyo expects growth of 10-15% in 2017 - The Noel D'Cunha Sunday Column

The Japanese ink maker completed 10 years in India. On the occasion, Kotaro Yoshida, chairman of Toyo Ink India says, “The commercial segment in India still has...


'Bobst is committed to offering digital solutions for packaging’ - The Noel D'Cunha Sunday Column

Bobst is a leader in the packaging industry. The Swiss-based manufacturer has been investing in digital print technology for many years now. Josep Roca, Asia Pacific...


USD 2.7 bn barcode printers market poised for steady growth

The global barcode printers market is valued at USD 2,758.0 millions and pegged at 3,086.8 ‘000 units in 2016, reported Future Market Insights, a market research...

Latest Poll

PM Modi and the Government has vowed that India will abolish all single-use plastic by 2022. Technically, flexible laminates, tapes, labels, shrink films also are single-use plastics. Is this a viable course of action?