The digital printing market is booming and it’s not slowing down.
And, while the industry may have slowed in the last couple of years, digital posters are still growing at a tremendous pace, according to digital printing company The Digital Paper Company.
Its main clientele includes artists, filmmakers and brands looking to bring their digital creations to the public.
Its annual conference, Digital Poster Summit, was held in Toronto in late June.
Its theme: How to digital print and deliver a poster.
The digital printing industry, including digital printing companies like The Digital Papers, is still growing and has been for some time.
Digital printing is an industry that started in the 1980s and it has been around for some 20 years.
Digital paper is made from cellulose and the process is very similar to the printing of a regular paper poster.
The difference is that digital printing creates a physical printout of a photo on a piece of paper.
The Digital Papers said that digital prints were making their way to the home a couple of decades ago, but digital prints are now getting a lot of attention in the digital print market.
The poster for The New York Times, for example, was created using digital printing technology, with more than 300,000 digital prints being made last year.
The poster is being used for advertising and advertising campaigns.
Digital printing has also been an important part of the creative process for the digital world.
The first digital prints, by the artist David Hirsch, were created in the late 1980s.
The first digital poster, created by artist John Tesh, was used to promote the film The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
The new digital poster was created by digital artist Paul Wiedefeld and used for the campaign “Get a job, get a job,” which was released in the summer of 2017.
Wiedefelde told the CBC in 2018 that the digital printing process was a “really cool way to make your artwork available to the world and to show people the world can see.”
The company says it is seeing a “growing number of new digital print orders,” with a growing demand for digital posters.
In 2018, the company sold more than 1.3 million digital prints.
In 2019, it sold over 1.4 million digital posters, which represents a 30 per cent increase from 2016.