New York is known for its abundance of print shops, and now one of the city’s largest retailers is opening a digital print outlet.
The Digital Print Shop is located in New Yorker Square, and is expected to be open in the first quarter of 2018.
“We are thrilled to be opening this store in New Yorks retail landscape,” the owners of the print shop told The Next Word.
“It will be a wonderful place for our customers to shop and be inspired by the incredible selection of prints and artworks available online.”
The Digital print shop is located at 2 W. 56th Street in New New York’s Greenwich Village.
The shop is the brainchild of the owners and a couple of digital artists, whose work has appeared on the cover of Wired, The Guardian, The New York Times, and other publications.
The owner and artists said that the shop is meant to complement the print shops and be a destination for art lovers who enjoy the physical print market.
The print shop will feature original artworks from some of the artists, including a painting by Paul Caffiero and a photograph by Michael Goya.
The owners and artists also have a variety of prints for sale.
The creators say that they are aiming to add prints to the shop in the near future.
In addition to the printshop, the owners are planning to expand the store to include a “digital print gallery,” a section dedicated to digital art, music, photography, and fashion.
“Our goal is to bring all of this digital stuff to New York and offer it as a destination,” said the owners.
“I think that the digital world is an exciting and exciting time to be in.”
Digital print shops are a trend that has become increasingly popular in the last year.
They’re designed to be a place where people can get a digital copy of an item without having to travel to a traditional store.
But the digital print market is not limited to the United States.
New York has some of a larger and larger digital print markets in Canada, Europe, and Asia, and there’s even a new store in Shanghai opening soon.
The digital print shops that are opening around the world are also seeing a surge in popularity.
In fact, the number of digital print retailers in the United Kingdom is expected grow to nearly 4,000 by 2021, according to The Digital Retailer Report.
The number of print retailers opening in Canada has nearly doubled since 2015, while the number in Australia has more than tripled, the report said.
In Europe, print shops in France are on pace to see the largest increase in the digital market since 2015.
In the United Arab Emirates, there are more than 200 print shops.
In Canada, the digital sector has seen a dramatic growth in recent years, according the report.
According to a report by digital publishing company Soho Publishing, print and online sales in Canada grew by more than 50 percent between 2015 and 2016, with print sales up 40 percent and online revenue up more than 40 percent.
The report noted that digital sales in the country have tripled in the past decade.
“The digital market is expanding at an astonishing rate,” the report noted.
“While this may be a positive development for print sales, the growth of the digital industry means that digital book and music publishing will also need to increase to meet the growing demand for print content.”
According to the report, there will be nearly 8 million digital book sales in 2019, up from 6 million in 2018.
There are currently more than 6 million digital music sales in 2017.
The market is also expected to grow by another 3 percent to 7 percent in 2020.
But digital print sales are not the only area that is experiencing a boom.
The value of digital downloads is expected more than quadruple over the next five years.
The Soho report also noted that the overall print market in the U.S. will reach $1.2 trillion in 2019.
In 2020, that will increase to $2.2 billion.
The amount of money generated by digital sales will also grow.
The company estimates that digital revenue will reach almost $5 billion in 2019 and that digital publishing will generate nearly $3.4 billion in 2020, up almost 50 percent from 2020.