Mix Imaging Wears Heavy Armor to Ride the Wave

Follows the recent trends on the digital imaging industry, how it's grown, and what a group of people have done to change with the trend and even push it forward.

Miami, FL, March 06, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Mix Imaging put together a detailed strategy to take over the fine arts and photography market and is now fully equipped to deliver.

The company was created a year and a half ago when T-Square, its parent company, saw the opportunity to develop a separate division to satisfy the needs of a different customer. By now, no one is surprised by the rising growth in demand for digital work. The company foresaw this and began preparing for the tide change long before.

So what composes the “heavy armor” in their strategy? Mix Imaging understands artists and their unique vision. It capitalizes on two assets: state-of-the-art technology and its people. The entire team has their mind set on quality, beginning with Tom Biondo, Director of Mix Imaging and professional photographer. He knows it’s important for a creative eye to work along with crucial details such as color management. In return, artists know Mix Imaging speaks their language and is armed to ride this wave.

Utilizing the incomparable quality that the LightJet 500 XL provides, Mix Imaging has been the source of large format photographic printing for prestigious clients such as the Carnival Center for the Performing Arts and the BMW Salon at Art Basel Miami. The quality of their work makes it a perfect fit for the creative community. Mix Imaging specializes in museum quality fine art giclée reproductions and archiving, and a Mounting and Finishing department that can add a singular touch to any piece. Their services also include a digital photolab, scanning, graphic design services, and custom tradeshow displays, as well as an array of products described on their website.

Mix Imaging
Andres Otero
305-324-1234 ext. 404