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$400 – Pick-up

The Epson Stylus Pro 9000 InkJet Printer is a reliable, efficient and Economical printer combining high quality and wide formats.

  • Resolutions up to 1440 x 720 dpi – photo quality posters.
  • 150 sheet input capacity, or rolls.
  • Accept various medium – paper, vinyl, fabric, canvas, mylar. Rolls or sheet-fed.
  • Extra set of inks, plus roll of paper and mylar.

I paid $2k for this a couple years ago ($8,000 new), used it once, and left the country for a job. It worked perfectly; now the inks are dry so needs the lines drained and cleaned with a special fluid for that. I talked to Epson tech support and they are friendly and knowledgeable, and they assured that was a pretty common task for a printer that’s not used frequently.

I was in prepress, very familiar with printing> Not trying to sell you a lemon! More of a web designer now, do very little printing.

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  • Location: Austin-towards Dripping Springs


A very small sample of the work.

i am amazed to see the same prop again. Are we not one of the most coolest and technologically advanced cities in America? Why do we have 20 year old cardboard cutout props with same old lights. Could we not have some competitions for companies and individuals to submit new designs – visual as well as technologically innovative? This can even start as a new section only, leaving yer old boring stuff undisturbed, until the city realizes how much potential we have here for marketing and developing beautiful arts and technologies. Surely we can  come up with competitions sponsored by the tech industry, and the city can use those old boring lights for Rick Perry’s mansion and the other sold out guy’s house… if you can put me in touch with someone in charge of the lights please do.
BO! BO! BOred,
andy

KuNgoni Centre of Culture and Art are in the Dedza district of Malawi.
kungoni.org
We spent 3 days at the centre. They provide a wealth of information on Malawi history and culture.
A nineteenth-century Roman Catholic mission station that has spawned a museum of cultural history unsurpassed in the region and an organization for marketing the incredibly imaginative and complex work of local carvers and sculptors.
wikitravel.org

Mua Mission is found just off the the main lakeshore road, the M5. The mission is famous for the quality of the wood carvings produced (and sold) there. The standards are superb and the prices reasonable.

Father Claude

The KuNgoni Centre of Culture & Art was established in 1976 by a Canadian missionary Fr. Claude Boucher Chisale. Fr. Boucher has dedicated his life to researching, recording and preserving Malawian culture. The Centre has grown from an art co-operative to a vibrant cultural centre. It provides insights into the history and culture of Malawi through the Chamare Museum, the Carving Centre and the new Research Centre/Library. The museum describes the Chewa, Ngoni amd Yao cultures, their rites of passage, their interaction with one another and their encounter with Islam and Christianity. It also holds a unique display of Gule Wamkulu masks, texts and images and dances can be arranged.

The Cultural Programmes present a selection of traditional dances and songs from the Chewa, Ngoni and Yao cultures. These are performed in traditional regalia, researched and recreated by the Centre, making the performances authentic and true to tradition. The origins of each performance are interpreted for the audience.

Benefiting the Lilongwe Wildlife Centre. So we got us a beautiful piece oil painting of a Baobab and ladies around it. Panji gas some excellent work, will like to shoot more of it and maybe grab a couple more pieces.



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