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Inspiration

Roland customers are some of the most imaginative and creative people we've ever met. To support your creativity and need for inspiration,we have created a selection of blog entries to help you get inspired and excited about creating your next vehicle wrap, sign, custom graphic or prototype.  The following content ranges from fun articles and infographics to customer interviews and print news.
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“A” FOR “APPAREL”

Starting at “A” and kicking off our A-Z series of what you can print on with a Roland printer, is “apparel.” The following steps shows you how to print on items such as t-shirts, sweatshirts, bags, hats and more! It’s easy to get started in custom apparel. All you need is a Roland printer/cutter and Heat Transfer Material (HTM3).

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Color Your World Infographic

Color Your World Infographic

In the month of July, Roland DGA is celebrating color! Enjoy this infographic that takes a psychological look at some popular color theories. Whether you're a print expert, graphic designer, artist, or simply a color-lover, this fun graphic is perfect as a quick color reference for use on your designs, artwork, branding, web colors or call-to-actions. For more useful info, don't forget to register for our color fundamentals webinar series.

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Gamut Media Snoop Dogg

Gamut Media Creates Rockstar Murals for Snoop Dogg

It’s not surprising that rockstar sign and graphics company, Gamut Media would have rockstar clients, like the King of Long Beach himself, Snoop Dogg. Roland talked to Phillip Yu, Creative Director at Gamut Media about the Gamut Media graphics empire, their recent work for Snoop Dogg, and the things sign and graphics businesses need to do to keep high profile customers coming back for more.

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Wrapping Future Vehicles

What's cooler than boldly going where no man has gone before? Boldly going where no man has gone before with a sweet wrap emblazoned on your galactic transportation vehicle. To celebrate the release of Roland's new TrueVIS VG series, we're having a bit of fun, imagining what some future vehicles would look like if their graphics were produced on the future of print/cut devices.

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