Canon Professional Print General Manager, Adrian Morris said this competition will recognise our customer’s skill, effort and pride in producing high-quality applications utilising their Océ Arizona printers.
There are 3 categories.
- Most Technical – the application will be high value, multi-layered print on objects that demonstrate high level of difficulty.
- Most Effective – the application will be high impact but not necessarily technical. The project objective and the environment in which the application appears will be considered.
- Most Creative and Innovative – the application will be advanced or original.
The winner of each category will receive an EOS M5 Single Kit valued at $1,949. Entrants are encouraged to enter multiple projects and can place projects in multiple categories but can only place in one. Projects that cannot be reproduced can be entered as hi-resolution images. Entrants should include images from multiple angles if possible, to help judges understand the context of the project.
Entries will be judged by Canon’s Product Manager for Display Graphics Garry Muratore. Garry has over four decades of industry experience, he is a fellow of the Lithographic Institute of Australia and has judged digital print at the National Print Awards and various state based PICA awards.
Garry Muratore said the Arizona series of flatbed UV printers are recognised as best in class, they are part of an important tool set when creating high end effectual digital print applications.
“I’m constantly amazed to what our customer base continues to produce using this technology. I look forward to being a part of a program that recognises their skill and effort.”
Further details on eligibility and how to submit applications is provided at www.canon.com.au.ocearizonaawards Applications are open now and will close on 29 September 2017. The winners will be announced 12 October 2017.
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