*NEWS*GRAHAM NASH TO SIGN EPSON PRINTS !

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*NEWS*GRAHAM NASH TO SIGN EPSON PRINTS !

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    Graham Nash to Sign Epson Prints at DIMA 2007 Conference
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    BEACH, Calif., March 07  Epson America today announced that Graham
    Nash, award-winning photographer and legendary member of the rock group
    Crosby, Stills & Nash, will sign Epson prints of his
    black-and-white David Crosby portrait at the Digital Imaging Marketing
    Association(R) DIMA 2007 Conference March 7 in Las Vegas, Nev. Nash
    will greet attendees and sign the prints prior to receiving the DIMA
    Lifetime Achievement Award with longtime Nash Editions partner, master
    printmaker Mac Holbert, during the closing keynote address.”At Nash
    Editions we believe it is critical that we share leading-edge
    techniques and technologies, many stemming from Epson innovation, to
    not only document the state of fine art digital printmaking today but
    help support the continued growth of the industry,” said Graham Nash,
    co-founder, Nash Editions. “We are honored to be recognized at the
    upcoming DIMA 2007 conference and look forward to sharing this special
    portrait of Crosby. It was the first image Mac and I printed digitally
    in black-and-white more than 17 years ago, symbolizing the inception of
    our digital printmaking journey.”Nash printed the portraits on the new
    Epson Stylus(R) Pro 3800, engineered to surpass the most demanding
    expectations of creative professionals with superior imaging quality
    and speed. The industry-leading Epson UltraChrome K3(TM) ink
    technology, in combination with the Epson Stylus Pro 3800 printer’s
    breakthroughs in screening algorithms, media transport and ink
    delivery, produces prints unprecedented in Epson’s history. More
    information on the Epson Stylus Pro 3800 and other Epson products is
    available at http://www.epson.com.The Crosby portrait is featured in
    Nash and Holbert’s new book, “Nash Editions Photography and the Art of
    Digital Printing,” which illustrates the convergence of fine art and
    digital printmaking through thought-provoking essays and world-renowned
    artwork. The book features a brief history of printmaking and an essay
    by Holbert on the genesis of Nash Editions and fine-art digital
    printing, detailing the studio’s interactions with major artists. The
    book’s more than 100 illustrations include Nash Editions artwork,
    photos of artists in the studio and images of the machines used in
    digital printing.”Graham and Mac have eloquently documented the
    evolution of digital photography in their new book,” said Dan
    Steinhardt, photographic marketing manager, Epson. “In the spirit of
    advancing professional digital imaging, Epson applauds not only the
    release of their book but also their contributions to our industry. We
    have been collaborating with the industry’s leading creative
    professionals and printmakers like Mac and Graham since the inception
    of photographic quality digital imaging and remain committed to meeting
    the future needs of the most discerning professionals.”