Epsons Printer Ink Helps Bring 100 Faces Of London To Life
The printer ink and cartridge manufacturer Epson is supporting a project which will display over 100 portraits of ordinary Londoners to highlight the diversity of the UK's capital city.
Culminating in a heritage book of photographs taken by Milan Svanderlik, the 100 faces of London was inspired by a mix of the city's traditions, culture, habits and faiths.
Mr Svanderlik, said: "Not one of the sitters, any of whom might have been seen in the capital's streets, parks or theatre foyers, could have been accurately described as an 'ordinary Londoner'; they all proved to be quite extraordinary personalities."
Epson helped bring the photographs to life supporting the printing stage of the heritage book project with the Epson Stylus Pro 3880.
By using the professional A2+ with UltraChrome K3 Vivid Magenta printer inks, Mr Svanderlik produced the high-quality and long lasting prints for all 100 of the portraits for the production.
Recently, the ink cartridge manufacturer was named a Sustainability Leader in the SAM Yearbook 2011 and awarded Silver Class status.
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