Royal Mail's first two Gold Medal stamps will be available by lunchtime today to celebrate Helen Glover and Heather Stanning's victory in the women's pair and Bradley Wiggins' triumph in the men's time trial.
Haymarket Network, the customer publishing arm of PrintWeek publisher Haymarket, has revealed details of one of the largest UK magazine projects ever undertaken.
The Times has tied with digital production company Grand Visual to showcase its latest news headlines with a digital out-of-home (DOOH) advertising campaign.
Signs and graphics specialist Hollywood Monster has created some of Europe's largest ever banners for Stratford's Westfield shopping centre.
The Sun is today (27 July) distributing the UK's first augmented reality poster associated with a national newspaper to mark the beginning of the Olympics.
Staff at commercial printer Synergy Fine Colour celebrated the Olympics in style when they looked after one of the torches for a day.
Figures collated by the print federation reveal that of 109 print firms that bid for work, 86 won Olympic-related jobs.
Autobond has revealed that some of the 7m religious postcards it finished on its stand at Drupa will be handed out during the Olympics by Christian organisations including the Salvation Army.
GUK and Steinemann distributor M Partners will be paying close attention to the London 2012 Olympics after renewing its sponsorship of Steve Scott, who will be competing in the Double Trap shooting event.
Hollywood Monster has enlisted Team GB synchronised swimmer Katie Skelton to kick off production on a 350x14m banner.
The large-format print provider has produced and installed its second giant Olympic design on GlaxoSmithKline's London headquarters.
A new report shows that small businesses in the UK are falling victim to online scams and viruses to the tune of £785m annually.
While the printers may not be allowed to talk about Olympics work, the sponsors certainly can. Here's what they have been printing for the big event
There has been much grumbling about London 2012 from the print sector, but companies that saw the opportunties are reaping the benefits
The Games generated a lot of business for UK print, but those that won work can't talk about it and many of those that didn't feel badly let down
Welcome to unofficial Olympic issue of PrintWeek.
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