Dolce’s designs are printed using Durkan’s Spectronics HD high-resolution digital printing technology to achieve deep color penetration.
Calhoun, Ga.—Durkan and designer Esther Dunbar-Cullum have announced the unveiling of the Dolce collection. Launching at the 2013 HD Americas show in Miami, Dolce is the second collection to be released in 2013 from Durkan’s recently renewed partnership with Esther Dunbar-Cullum.
Drawing its inspiration from a selection of beautiful fabrics from Venice, Istanbul and Mumbai, Dolce features elements blown up to dramatic proportions and decadently textured for maximum effect. Esther Dunbar-Cullum uses reds, bronzes, golds and twilight blues, illuminated with clear yellow-gold, to punctuate the gorgeous imagery of old and making it modern, strong and new.
“We are always amazed at the degree of creativity and sophistication of Esther Dunbar-Cullum’s designs,” said Mark Page, Durkan’s director of color and design. “Our customers depend on us to offer stylish products that meet the needs of the hospitality industry, which is why we are thrilled to collaborate with Esther. In addition to offering all of Durkan’s superior product features, Dolce is a true story of color, pattern and texture.”
Dolce’s handcrafted designed are printed using Durkan’s Spectronics HD high-resolution digital printing technology to achieve deep color penetration and elaborate design precision. In fact, Spectronics HD is capable of 56% greater resolution than its traditional counterparts thus reproducing incredibly sophisticated patterns with unmatched clarity allowing Durkan to offer customers never-before-seen levels of design options.
To see the full Dolce collection, visit Durkan.com.