KENT, ENGLAND, August 14, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- The exhibition held in Coventry showcases print work inspired by life in India. From banner printing to canvas printing and various other forms and techniques of print work, the exhibition is designed to inspire people and show the beauty of print work.
The exhibition showcases the work of a lady who lived in Southern India who discovered the materials used in banner printing for pop up and pull up banner stands. Amber Merricks-Potter is holding the exhibition at The Pod in Coventry ro raise awareness for people dealing with mental health issues.
Amber Merricks-Potter has lived in both India and the West Midlands and has used her artistic skills and interests to explore the similarities and differences of each country.
The art is used to represent the street life of each country and the printing techniques adopted from each place of interest.
Tom Lawson owner of We Love To Print pull up banner printing
in Kent, shares his thoughts on the exhibition:
"Printing is a form of art and techniques vary around the world. Flex is a type of plastic that is often used in banner printing to create a stronger material perfect for pop up banners. It's great that the art of printing is being used to create an awareness for such an important cause."
The exhibition has been designed to raise awareness and support for mental health.
We Love To Print pop up banner printing
also uses materials such as flex to create a high quality banner stand for exhibitions and events in the UK.
We Love To Print banner printing services provide a range of banner advertising options from pop up banner stands to roll up banner printing and pull up banner stands for both indoor and outdoor use.
The print exhibition is being held in Coventry later this month.
We Love To Print is a Kent based printing agency specialising in pop up banner stands and roll up banner printing for exhibitions held in the UK for both small and large businesses. Visit the We Love To Print website
for more information and advice on choosing the correct banner for your exhibition requirements.