L&L previews exhibitors and their products on show at the latest installment of the leading label

L&L previews exhibitors and their products on show at the latest installment of the leading label and package printing trade show, Labelexpo Europe 2017. Labelexpo Europe 2017 takes place September 25-28 in Brussels, Belgium, and is set to be the biggest edition in the show’s history. As well as the below exhibitor-by-exhibitor preview, read Andy Thomas’ opinion article on how Labelexpo Europe is broadening its horizons in 2017, and L&L editor James Qurk’s leader from issue 4 on how boundaries are shifting and the term ‘label’ is being redefined. There’s also a look at the new Automation Arena feature area debuting at Labelexpo Europe this year, and a lowdown on the Label Industry Global Awards 2017 finalists, also reported here, plus more on the new FoodSaveUV industry group that proposes food safe UV certification. And if you missed the pre-show webinar, catch up with it here. Further, see the image gallery below for visual highlights of what will be presented on the show floor at Labelexpo Europe 2017. AB Graphic | ACE | acpo | Actega | adphos Digital Printing | Ahlstrom-Munksjö | Shanghai Ako Printing Technology | Albertin | Alpha...

What to see at trade fair Denfair 2019 in Melbourne

Marking its fifth year, Australia’s leading architecture and interior design trade fair, Denfair, will be showcasing lighting innovations, new furniture launches and furnishings by emerging local designers and established brands with a scattering of international talent from 20 June in Melbourne.  ‘Many of our exhibitors are specified in both residential and commercial environments…we’re having conversations about the crossover between work and life, and how our environments have been changing to reflect this,’ says Claudio Oyarce, Denfair’s co-founder and director of the overarching ‘Life Work’ theme. We’ve tracked five Australian talents whose approach to exploring utilitarian forms and ambient nature of their creative output have caught our eye… Smooth, elliptical lines characterise this Collingwood-based studio’s furniture pieces. Principal and designer Anne-Claire Petre’s new Sedis seating probes the aesthetic potential of simplified forms and the essence of balance and proportion. Offering six size variations – from low stool to chair, to low and high barstools, with or without backs – Sedis offers five different finishes that tonally reference the Australian landsc...