Digital printing has evolved over the last decade. Its greatest distinction from and advantage over traditional printing processes of the past — lithography, flexography, gravure, or letterpress — is that there’s no need to replace printing plates. This advance has resulted in quicker turnarounds and less cost for the artist.
From inkjet to laser printers, graphic design using digital printing has become its own art form and is being used for many purposes. Companies and would-be Van Goghs have several options to create 21st-century art using this technology.