The show, being organised at Munich, Germany, is on until 17 May.
Meanwhile, Christian Duyckaerts, president, Fespa, shared his excitement in his capacity as the managing director of Belgian visual communications company Retail Communications.
“As a printer, I am excited to walk around and see all the new techniques that Fespa is showing,” he said. “We have the technology on show and also all of the ideas that can give us an impression of where we are as an industry. It is very exciting what you can do now with digital and screen print — just think about personalisation and interior decoration, for example.”
One of the main focuses in this year’s show is its Explosion of Possibilities, a theme which is focusing on the fashion textiles market through its Print Make Wear stand, which has been increased in size following a successful reception at the 2018 in Berlin.
Fespa has also expanded its Printeriors showcase, which will provide a tactile ‘lounge experience' with both interior and exterior decorations including signage, chairs, beanbags deck chairs and umbrella canopies across the entrance of the conference centre.