Parrot and Angelica Inkjet Media Introduces Labels, Tributes Photographers

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Parrot Digigraphic is announcing the release of new inkjet media label designs featuring the work of Photographers and Fine Giclée Printmakers Saffir, Bergeron, Hellmuth and Balsamo.

“We have a long history of collaboration with artists and photographers, and we feel that this is a good start in honoring our relationship with our valued partners. We greatly appreciate the support of our friends, clients, and colleagues.”

Parrot Digigraphic is celebrating its long tradition of collaboration and partnership with Photographers and Fine Artists with the release of an entirely fresh re-design for their Angelica and Parrot inkjet media labels, featuring the work of Photographers Bob Bergeron, David Saffir, Dr. Nicholas Hellmuth and Thomas Balsamo.

Parrot has worked for nearly two decades developing inkjet media that meets the needs of fine-art reproduction, such as the collections produced by Bergeron at Tri-Color Graphics, the delicate and subtle Black and White tones of Thomas Balsamo’s sensitive portraits or the vibrant color pallets of the work of David Saffir and Dr. Hellmuth. Through these partnerships Parrot has developed a media line without equal, including Parrot and Angelica Fine Art Watercolor papers, high-gamut Canvas, gloss, matte and luster Photo media as well as a versatile array of vinyl and film signage and display materials.

From John Lorusso, President of Parrot Digigraphic:
“We have a long history of collaboration with artists and photographers, and we feel that this is a good start in honoring our relationship with our valued partners. We greatly appreciate the support of our friends, clients, and colleagues.”

Lorusso continued: “Fine Art papers are like the finest wines – the choice of the right paper for an image, or series of images is an intensely personal decision, and intimately linked with the creative process. At Parrot, we’re constantly striving to give our clients the finest materials to select from.”

For more information on the Parrot and Angelica media, please see: http://www.parrotcolor.com

About Parrot Digigraphic:
Founded in 1996, Parrot Digigraphic, Ltd. is the acknowledged industry leader in the highest quality imaging supplies, consulting services and support.
Parrot’s technology, service and products come from decades of experience working with the best equipment and the most knowledgeable talent in the imaging industry.
Parrot serves the complete needs of digital fine art and photographic printmakers with hardware for image acquisition, management and output; color management software; integration and support services; as well as a full line of paper and inks suited to very demanding criteria. Parrot Digigraphic numbers among its customers some of the world’s most prestigious digital fine art printers, publishers, photographers, artists, galleries, museums, government agencies and corporations.”

Contact John Lorusso
Parrot Digigraphic, Ltd.
630 Boston Road
Billerica, MA 01821

Phone: 978.670.7766
Toll Free: 877.727.7682
http://www.parrotcolor.com
info(at)parrotcolor(dot)com

For more information of the featured photographers, see their respective websites:
Bob Bergeron, Tri-Color Digital:    http://www.tricolorlab.com/
Fine digital printing, scanning and art reproduction services
Thomas Balsamo- Portraits by Thomas:    http://www.portraitsbythomas.com/
Dr. Nicholas Hellmuth, Flaar Reports: http://www.flaar.org/Imaging Equipment testing and evauation.
David Saffir: http://www.davidsaffir.com/Davidsaffir.com/Home.html
Commercial and Fine Art Photography, Fine Art Printmaking, Photography Workshops

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