Meet the graphics industry professionals who will judge the Mactac Creative Awards.
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As a product manager at Mactac, Natascia is always setting the bar higher for the brand. She contributes continuously to extending the Mactac portfolio, constantly adding exciting new solutions for the architectural and car wrapping industries.
“Mactac is synonymous with creativity and design. Our customers have always been able to surprise the market with incredible solutions and new application ideas. I am looking forward to seeing how product performance can be pushed to the limit, leaving us all speechless!”
As Global Creative and Digital Director at Avery Dennison Angus Mcguffin partners with material scientists, digital technology experts and sustainability thinkers to bring physical and digital experiences to life.
Angus’ project has been recognised through a number of awarding bodies, most recently for his rebrand of GardaWorld, winning bronze in the Transform Awards, Europe.
Signage, wall and facade decoration, floor graphics, illuminated signs or vehicle wrapping: As Editor in Chief of the German trade magazine WERBETECHNIK, Wennaël Würmli encounters all the different uses of digital printing media for visual communication. With its extensive news section and technical articles about new products and Best Practice applications WERBETECHNIK is an important source of information and inspiration for its readers and the most popular professional trade magazine in the sector.
Patrick Weiser is a Mactac trainer with a very broad range of experience across printing and wrapping. Among his achievements are his own successful wrapping business, created after wrapping his own car. He joined forces with his father’s long-established screen printing business in 2016. The resulting company, Weiser Print&Wrap, offers a wide range of screen printing (solvent & UV) and wrapping services, with clients in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy – creating arresting graphics for private and commercial customers, and for any project where stop-and-look decoration is a must.”