By Editor Morten B. Reitoft 

Visiting Japan is also an aesthetic experience. Clothing, fashion, and how food is prepared are done with such care that you easily understand this is deeply rooted in the Japanese culture. So we, of course, need to talk about print samples. At IGAS, there are two major halls separated by a corridor. In hall 2, where also HP, Kodak, and Heidelberg exhibit, there is a booth with print samples. The exhibitor is JPEX, which is short for Japan Printing Exhibition, and the booth shows examples of, simply said, amazing print samples.

I know a photo won't justify these samples, but here are several photos of the samples, with no comments, just for you to enjoy.

Clicking the photos will enlarge the sample!

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