Visual Imprint creates amazing interior décor with Roland digital printers
Visual Imprint has discovered a niche in the creative arts and interior décor, reflecting the beautiful surrounding landscape of the Strathewen valley in Australia.
Using a Roland DG VersaUV LEJ-640 hybrid printer and VersaCAMM VS-640 eco-solvent printer/cutter, Suzi Kerr and Dennis Spooner create almost everything you can imagine for the home – from wallpaper, soft furnishings and leather to canvas art, glass splash backs and ceramic tiles. You can even relax with a glass of wine – with the bottle's label printed by the company.
Visual Imprint and, importantly their customers, love the tactility of the printed products. There's a vibrancy and great colour reproduction on touchable items like cushions, but also on things like ceramic wall tiles: the VersaUV can print varnish in layers to build up textural finishes, in a choice of matt or glossy finishes.
"We love our LEJ – it's given us so much versatility and such an expansion of the applications that we can provide," says Suzi.
From wall-to-wall, ceiling to floor, textiles to soft furnishings and accessories, Roland wide format digital printers can add real value to many aspects of the interior design process.
If you want to discover how Roland DG technology can help you deliver stunning and inspirational interiors that exceed all expectations, get in touch.
Links in the video:
• Visual Impact Show, Australia
• Roland DG VersaUV LEJ-640 hybrid printer
• TrueVIS - Roland’s latest award-winning integrated print and cut solution which replaced the VersaCAMM series.