Mouthwatering Memories: Your Instagram Images on Marshmallows


Nothing’s better than art that involves your taste buds. Though we’ve officially ended hot cocoa season, Boomf, a London-based mail-order marshmallow company, is printing your Instagram photos on delicious marshmallows. Now you can sweeten the sharing of your sunsets, selfies, and skylines. This service allows you to select nine pictures from your Instagram account to arrive at your doorstep printed on delectable marshmallows.


Question is, would you eat your memory-filled morsels?

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Industry Vocabulary: Dynamic Range

Dynamic range – the difference in density between the shadows and highlights of a scan.

(*Courtesy of PrintWiki)

Our Industry Vocab section is curated to gradually increase your industry knowledge over a variety of disciplines. Have a term you’d like to learn more about? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us at @DuggalNYC.


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Andy Katz Opens New Exhibition at Greensquare Tavern April 22

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Don’t miss our good friend Andy Katz at the Greensquare Tavern.

Andy’s exhibition, Solitude, is a collection of serene landscape scenes captured in the photographer’s most inspired moments of solitude. The opening reception is April 22 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Read more >>

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Dior Cruise 2015 Collection Premieres May 7 at the Duggal Greenhouse


The Duggal Greenhouse continues to lure fashion’s finest to the borough of Brooklyn and the historic Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Just two months after Alexander Wang made possibly the boldest move in New York Fashion Week history, Dior has announced that it will show its Cruise 2015 collection at New York’s newest premier venue May 7.

“We wanted the show to feel very New York, and the Navy Yard’s view and space captures the city,” a Dior spokeswoman told WWD. Read more >>

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Leading the Way to a Better, Brighter and More Beautiful Future


In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, 2014, Duggal Visual Solutions is excited to announce our Sustainable Green Printing certification after exceeding all aspects of rigorous daily operations monitoring for sustainability, health, safety and an annual Continuous Improvement Project. Read more >>

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True Art Shines in TUACA’s Cocktail Napkin Contest (Deadline April 30)

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Throughout history, great ideas, messages and diagrams have been jotted and doodled on cocktail napkins.

Next time you’re face to face with a cocktail napkin, why not turn it into an epic work of art? Then enter TUACA’s Liqueur’s Cocktail Napkin Contest for a chance to win $5,000. $5,000 off of a napkin. Imagine that.

It’s not about the money, though. And it’s not about alcohol, either. It’s about art, and the empowerment of creativity.

Click here to learn more and enter. The deadline is April 30.

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Dresden Building Looks Like Jazz, Makes Music When It Rains


In the heart of Dresden, Germany’s creative wonderland, Neustadt Kunsthofpassage, you’ll find the architectural sibling of jazz music.

Created by sculptor Annette Paul and designers Christoph Rossner and André Tempel, a quirky blue façade has an intricate system of brass-inspired zigzag funnels and gutters designed to produce faint musical sounds when it rains. Read more >>

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See the New ‘Colorful Wind’ Installation at UNIQLO 34th St. (VIDEO)

WATCH as a Colorful Wind sweeps through UNIQLO.  A team of Duggal craftsmen, led by production consultant Giselle Behrens, worked through the night assembling Emmanuelle Moureaux’s bright-hued, 2,400-piece composition in UNIQLO’s 34th St. and SoHo NYC stores. The 34th St. installation was captured in this exclusive HD time-lapse video.

Moureaux’s trademark display of soothing color will travel through 51 UNIQLO locations across 26 cities in 8 countries.

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Hibernation: Inside of a Bear


Abraham Poincheval’s performance exhibition, Dans la peau de l’ours (“In the skin of a bear”), began on April 1 at the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature in Paris, requiring him to live inside the preserved carcass of a bear for approximately two weeks — eating, sleeping and even relieving himself within the confines of the bear’s remains. Though he entered the bear at exactly 11 am on April Fool’s day, this demonstration is no joke. Read more >>

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‘Bill Cunningham: Facades’ on Display at the New-York Historical Society

Bill Cunningham, Gothic bridge in Central Park (designed 1860), ca. 1968-1976. Gelatin silver photograph. New-York Historical Society, Gift of Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham, Gothic bridge in Central Park (designed 1860), ca. 1968-1976. Gelatin silver photograph. New-York Historical Society, Gift of Bill Cunningham

The New-York Historical Society honors the era-defining work of Bill Cunningham.

Bill Cunningham: Façades is a fascinating exhibition of the legendary photographer’s time-blending portrayal of NYC in the 1960s with a fashion muse of the early 1900s. Duggal was honored to provide the New-York Historical Society consultative services while printing and mounting Cunningham’s images for the exhibition. Read more >>

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