Ken Duncan: A futuristic journey into artistic freedomKen Duncan: A futuristic journey into artistic freedom
Published on 24/11/2006
”Even though I'm in business, if another vendor was to offer me free products in the same categories, it simply wouldn't be worth my while. I'll only endorse and use things in which I truly believe are the very best!”
Autobarn: moves into top gear with Epson colour laser printing
Published on 6/6/2006
Formed initially as a co-operative of nine major Victorian specialist auto parts and accessories retailers, Autobarn has become Australia's largest franchise retailer of quality automotive aftermarket accessories, spare parts, car audio and security systems. The success of the company's operations is evidenced – in part – by its growth. Now, with close to 100 stores throughout Australia, and over $100 million purchasing power, Autobarn can well be regarded as an Australian business icon.
Melbourne High School: Versatile colour laser printing on demand
Published on 30/5/2006
“The AcuLaser C2600N's reliability is actually supporting our teachers. They can concentrate on what they need to do for their classes without being concerned about the technologies they're using to achieve that. It's simply there – and it works!”
Chadstone Shopping Centre: Fashion with a touch of laser
Published on 8/5/2006
“Now, I can incorporate any graphical or text element I like anywhere in the document; and the printer automatically adjusts its printing to optimise the quality of each element. Because of the speed and quality I’m now getting with my printing, I am in a position of being able to exploit the use of colour and graphics much more freely and with greater impact than ever before.”
Epson P-2000Felicity Jenkins
Published on 8/3/2006
With a degree in Visual Arts from the Australian National University and strong interests in photojournalism and photomedia-art, photographer Felicity Jenkins spent four months in 1997 on a voyage to the Antarctic. During that time Jenkins travelled over 6,000 kilometres by land, sea and air, photographically capturing the people, landscapes and wildlife she encountered. Her photographic work, aside from being collected by the National Library of Australia has been exhibited in Sydney and included in a travelling exhibition and book on Australian and Chinese relations.
Published on 16/2/2006
Recognised as one of Australia’s more innovative video production houses, SmashPop TV has established itself as a leader in the use of video in diverse markets. In recent times, the real estate market has been the focus of the company’s attention and, for founder and managing director, Brett Clements, the Internet and leading-edge technologies are keys to success. Among those technologies, the Epson P-2000 Multimedia Storage Viewer is proving to be one of the most versatile and valuable able tools to support this.
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