News & Mimaki Present: OG Slick’s “Always Read ‘The Fine Print’”

Experience live art & DTF printing technology on June 7 in California.

og slick mimaki
Image courtesy of

Step into the creative heart of printing technology at the Mimaki Innovation Exhibit — powered by — on June 7, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT at the Mimaki Showroom in Gardena, California.

This year’s featured artist will be OG Slick presenting “Always Read ‘The Fine Print’.” Attendees will witness OG Slick taking over Mimaki’s Kitchen with live demonstrations transforming his amazing digital designs into tangible art using Mimaki printers.

“As you dive into OG Slick’s urban art, you will discover how Mimaki’s print quality and efficiency captures intricate details, delivering high-end and complex graphics on a variety of materials — something that every printshop is looking for when expanding their offerings. In addition, will be bringing with them the peace of mind of high-end equipment from trusted brands, comprehensive local services, essential supplies, and expert direct-to-film (DTF) advice — everything under one roof to propel your printshop forward,” stated

Register here.

About OG Slick:

OG Slick, renowned for his innovative style rooted in graffiti and skate culture, blends bold colors with intricate designs. From Honolulu to Los Angeles, he has evolved from a graffiti writer to a celebrated artist and designer. For more information about OG Slick, visit his official bio.

Looking ahead:

But, the excitement doesn’t stop with the Mimaki Innovation Exhibit. Join at GPX Long Beach (Booth #831) on June 13-15, for more insights and networking. You can register here and use promo code GPRINT2024 to get $10 off. And don’t miss’s post-GPX event: the DTF and DTG PrintTech West Fest on June 21-22, for deeper practical applications and live demos. Register here.

Avatar of Marie Fennema

Marie Fennema

Marie Fennema is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO, including GRAPHICS PRO Today, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

View all articles by Marie Fennema  

Related Articles

Back to top button