Epson support Central St.Martins, London with Digital Print Technology
Epson and Central Saint Martins establish a creative partnership to encourage ground-breaking design amongst students
Epson and world-renowned arts and design college Central Saint Martins have formed a collaboration that will support education and encourage students to experiment with its large format digital textile printers.
Epson already has a highly successful relationship with British fashion designer Richard Quinn, a former MA student at Central Saint Martins who this year won the first Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design. He has highlighted the need for students to access the latest technology and has shown the vibrant and show stopping results that can be achieved on demand using Epson’s digital printing technology.
The partnership will enable students from Central Saint Martins, part of the University of the Arts London, to use three new products from Epson. The line-up includes the latest dye sublimation printer (SureColor SC-F9300), a direct to garment (DTG) printer (SureColor SC-F2100) and an A3 scanner (Expression 12000XL). About 1,250 students across fashion, textiles and jewellery courses will have access to the new portfolio of Epson products.
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