We’ve always said that one of the biggest challenges garment decorators face is the abilty to create the artwork their customers want and need to have great looking custom items. If you are attending the Atlantic City Imprinted Sportswear Show this week, here’s an educational opportunity (featuring GroupeSTAHL’s own Dane Clement of Great Dane Graphics!) you shouldn’t miss!
Deborah Sexton wrote up a great description on her Facebook page that I will share here: Solve Artwork Challenges During ISS! Roundtable Seminar Series: If you are attending the Atlantic City Imprinted Sportswear Shows (ISS) show this year, you have an opportunity to get your toughest artwork questions answered by Dane Clement,… president, Great Dane Graphics, a GroupeSTAHL company. Clement is one of the industry’s leading authorities on creating artwork for decorating apparel. During the show, ISS is offering a Roundtable Seminar Series that gathers five industry experts, each hosting a table with a different topic. Clement will be answering questions about preparing artwork for any apparel decorating method. Unlike the traditional seminars, the entire session is devoted to answering questions. It’s a one-on-one opportunity to have your specific questions addressed concerning graphics software, color, creating separations, outputting films, creating specific effects, what type of files are needed for the various decorating methods, and more. The Roundtable Seminar Series cost is only $25 per person, and attendees are free to move around and participate in different topic discussions. The Roundtable series is scheduled on the second day of the show, Saturday, March 9 from 3 to 4 p.m. Dane Clement is president of Great Dane Graphics, a stock art company and award-winning custom graphic design studio. Clement has been speaking and writing for the decorated apparel industry since 1987. He is considered an expert on computer graphics and color separations for textile screen printing, dye sublimation, digital direct-to-garment and heat-applied graphics. To register for the Roundtable Seminar Series, visit www.issshows.com