Published 08/07/13

Innova Art hits the heights at the biggest ever FESPA

FESPA 2013 at ExCel, London, 25-29 June 2013, was the biggest ever, say the organisers -and Innova Art, celebrating ten years of leading from the front, was among the biggest hitters, with exciting product launches attracting hefty crowds.


Among the star attractions on the Innova Art stand was the striking display of digital art by Keith Drury. Visitors formed queues to have their photos taken against the wall mural created using Innova Art's new Self-Adhesive Wallpaper and the JetMaster Photo Wrap. A stunning, eight-meter panorama of Leicester city center by Keith Cooper, printed onInnova Photo Canvas Ultra Glossy, also stopped visitors in their tracks.

A preview of the new Innova Art Eco Solvent and Latex compatible range proved highly popular. Offering great value, optimum image quality and outstanding durability, the ten different products in the range revolutionize eco-solvent printing, taking printers generally confined to high-volume applications into the highly profitable art market.

Eco Solvent and Latex prints made on Innova Art fine art Eco Solvent papers replicate the quality of aqueous fine art prints and combine this with all the benefits of high-volume technology -volume prints have never looked better. The expanded range, including poster papers, wallpapers, canvases and a window film alongside fine art papers, all fully compatible with leading brands including Canon, Epson, Mimaki, Mutoh and Roland, is due for imminent release.

Always popular, the latest version of the award-winning JetMaster Photo Wrap, the simple, cost-effective way to create tough, lightweight and stylish gallery wraps in minutes. The latest version features a new release liner and enhanced pressure sensitive adhesive layer. Additional sizes, perfect for small to medium-scale display and including fashionable square formats, are newly available 5x5, 5x7.5, 8x8 and 8x12.

Also on show was the JetMaster Paper, available in Smooth and Embossed finishes. Flexible enough to mount on the JetMaster Photo Wrap without cracking at the edges, the JetMaster Paper creates a finish so neat it is almost impossible to distinguish the wrap from a conventional stretched canvas.

Presented for the first time at FESPA 2012, the JetMaster Direct Print framing system was just as much a draw in 2013. Printed flat direct to substrate, the frame can be folded to three dimensions and hung within minutes. Designed to be compatible with both hybrid and flatbed UV printers, JetMaster Direct Print is a truly innovative alternative to the conventional gallery wrap.

The double-walled, corrugated JetMaster Direct Print board, available in three sizes and two surface textures, is both sturdy and lightweight, and ideal for disposable display, trade show graphics, signage, wall art and photo dcor.

The newly launched lightweight, low-cost JetMaster Photo Panel also proved popular with visitors. Made with a lightweight foam core and edged with a choice of two smart finishes in white or black, the JetMaster Photo Panel comes in a wide range of sizes and offers an instant and stylish format for wall, counter or desktop display.

Innova Art also showed the acclaimed Kodak wide-format range of speciality and polypropylene films, and vinyls and banners. The range is distributed in Europe by Brand Management Group BMG.

Innova Art showed on stand D34S at FESPA 2013, ExCel, London, 25-29 June 2013

1st Published 8 July 2013 16:07 Posted by Ben Jones
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