Graphic Exchange
Summer 2005

From Anyware to Anywhere

including a special 32-page portfolio section of Canadian illustrators and photographers sponsored by

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In this issue

Responsive Environment Design by Bob Kim
When technology meets innovation, the result can be both entertaining and informative. Toronto’s Gorbet Design specializes in interactive technology installations that give its corporate clients the benefit of unique displays while also collecting valuable data.

The Fine Art of Printing Fine Art by Ron Giddings
The starving artist won’t go hungry any more. With moderately priced, high quality digital cameras and archival inkjet printers—led by Canon's 16-megapixel EOS-1Ds and the new HP DesignJet 130—photographers can set up their own on-demand production studios.

High-Def: Sony’s HVR-Z1U kick starts the transition era by Peter Dudar
The new HDV format is making high definition video production more affordable. The first sub-$10K pro quality HDV camcorder to hit the market is Sony’s HVR-Z1U, setting up a killer workflow for combining HD and standard definition.

Screening the Options for Screen Pages by Dan Brill
Faster, cheaper broadband connections are spurring growth in digital magazines, but can they compete with the Web? This in-depth look at the digital magazine publishing market explores the page formats, distribution options, publishing obstacles, and digital magazine service vendors which now face publishers and their audiences.

Special Feature Creative Source 24
A 32-page sampling of the best in Canadian digital illustration, photography and creative imaging, sponsored and produced by Creative