1. Dallas says:

    Happy that baby octopus are no longer slaughtered for this despite Republican resistance and their heartless fishing lobby.

  2. tdkyo says:

    FYI this is a region restricted Youtube video. Can’t access from Deutschland.

  3. The Monster's Lawyer says:

    #2 TKO – Yeah, mine was all inky and stuff too.

  4. George says:

    I wonder where the ink mills were made? My son’s cub pack went to a commercial printer for a tour and all the printing presses were made in Germany.

  5. NobodySpecial says:

    I always assumed that HP printer ink was assembled a molecule at a time by hand – that was the only explanation for the price

  6. rwest says:

    #5 — This ink is for commerical offset printing – not ink jet printers. That would be a different process.

  7. Wrigsted says:

    No problems here in Denmark.
    When you work with ink, you always get messy!

  8. jobs says:

    #1 I know you’re not one to question your religion but republicans killing baby octopus.

  9. bill says:

    You want a mess? How about the black toner in laser printers…

    Remember when it was packed loose and you had to pour it in???

    Wow! Talk about working in a coal mine!!!

  10. Scott M. says:

    Thank you for the informative video. Nice production work too.

  11. hhopper says:

    The video was gorgeous in 1080p!

  12. ctlaurin says:

    This man truly has a passion for his work and his company. Beautiful production.

  13. Yankinwaoz says:

    I was watching this (very interesting BTW), and the Mike Judge film “Extract” kept playing in my mind. You know, a small factory making a niche product run by a man passionate about the product. I keep looking for an evil woman working the factory floor who will bring this company down.

  14. Fred F says:

    I got a link to a film of some paint drying – might be a bit more interesting than this…..

  15. ReadyKilowatt says:

    A few years back I worked with the local newspaper putting an info-channel on our cable system (pre-www). I still remember going over to the newspaper building and the whole place smelled like ink.

  16. Stiffie says:

    Oh nice! Now here’s a style a bit better than the usual loud “How It’s Made”, “Factory Made”, etc. shows that seem to be aimed at SAS (short attention span) audiences. The thing could be a really cool form if developed more, with interesting editing, more imaginative soundtracks and whatnot to make it actually fun to watch.

  17. LucasJV says:

    Luckily we don’t need ink anymore!

  18. GetSmart says:

    Good litho process ink is expensive. But still cheaper than inkjet ink. And there are many other kinds of ink out there as well. Inks that cure from heat for tee-shirts, inks that cure from intense ultra violet light, inks for plastics, inks for metal, inks for circuit boards, inks for fine art. Nice video though. Where I work, the inks can go for $75.00 or so a gallon to around $300.00. Ultra-violet cure screen-print inks, you don’t even have to snap the lids back on the buckets, just sit them on top, they won’t cure without UV light. Just don’t sit them outside with the lid off on a sunny day, they’ll skin over.

  19. Sea Lawyer says:

    This video needs more pretentiousness.

  20. Lou Minatti says:

    This was obviously a Canadian company. It’s nice to see a factory that produces something. Too bad the remaining ink companies in North America will be put out of business soon thanks to Chinese ink that costs 80% less and includes 20% melamine.

  21. pedro says:

    Next video: How to watch paint dry.

    Yet, I agree with #11, a gorgeous production. I could only watch it in 720p, which is the resolution of the TV I have in this hotel’s room.

    Regardless, you’ve made my day with this video Gasparrini, thx.

    #1 You’re always insightful and unpredictable in your comments…NOT!

    #14 Hahahahahaha. So I’m not alone then.

    #16 Rather than SAS, I think those programs you mentioned are just LBP (low budget productions). Maybe the ones with SAS are the producers.

  22. joeevil says:

    @#1. Baby octopus killing is a slaughter, but liberals making sure you can kill human unborn baby is ok?

    How is it over there in bizarro world?

  23. Rightwing Nutjob says:

    #22 – Loony lefties like that think humans are pests on the environment. Especially people who are not like them, so blacks, republicans, etc. The more of them aborted, the happier they are.

  24. ECA says:

    uNDER COPYRIGHT LAW, i CAN make MY OWN..
    Anyone know the recipes??

    as long as I dont sell what I make, I can make it..

  25. gmknobl says:

    Very nice info-ad. I really enjoyed that.

    This too will go overseas and out of business if the oligarchs have their way in Canada as they have in the U.S.

  26. e? says:

    Mesmerizing. And per the other posters, beautiful, and more so in 1080p

  27. AlBme says:

    Now *THAT* is how a marketing film should be made!

    Marketing doesn’t always have to be run by a-holes. The group behind the 10:10 fiasco cannot even hold a candle to these folks.

    Nicely done!

  28. 888 says:

    gorgeous video, thanks!