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Killer app: Signs Express Plymouth gives hospice charity facelift


By Rhys Handley, 11 June 2018

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St Luke’s Hospice in Plymouth has cared for more than 3,500 people in the past year and its significance in the community is reflected by the success of its 30 charity shops across Devon and Cornwall.

VGL’s fruity Tube job has the sweet smell of success
29 May 2018

Commuters at Oxford Circus London Underground station rarely come up smelling of roses, but they almost...

The Label Makers conjurs the spirit of the Mary Rose
23 April 2018

If you want to name your artisanal gin after King Henry VIII’s prestigious warship the Mary Rose, as...

Killer app: Allan & Bertram wins four golds at calendar awards
26 March 2018

You can’t feasibly print “the world’s finest calendars” without the credentials to back it up.

Killer app: Boss Print pulls out all the f-stops for photobook
19 February 2018

The beauty of the world can be difficult to replicate in print. Cork-born graphic designer David Magee...

Killer app: Tayprint hits the streets for homelessness charity
18 December 2017

While Christmas is the best time of year for many, for some it is the worst. During the festive season,...

Killer app: PressOn’s tail wrap set to break the sound barrier
13 November 2017

The Bloodhound SSC is “an amazing display of the collective British spirit,” according to PressOn joint...

Killer app: Gavin Martin delivers Instant hit for Ballymore
09 October 2017

The Embassy Gardens estate in Vauxhall, holds pride of place in developer Ballymore’s portfolio. With...

No nine lives needed for latest Slam Signs van wrap
11 September 2017

The Cats Protection charity likes to promote its raison d’être, any hour, any day, and for help with...

Oasis installs wonder wall of graphics for gala event
17 July 2017

At a recent London Roundhouse event, the Everything Everday London Gala, held in aid of the Ubuntu Education...

Orphans gets by with a little help from its press
19 June 2017

Publisher Orphans Publishing, which also has a print arm (Orphans Press), was able to both commission...

Killer app: Footprint breathes life into hospital waiting room
22 May 2017

In March, James Hempstead, managing director of Cambridge-based sign and graphics specialist Footprint...

Nestlé commissions the Ultimate personalisation job
24 April 2017

Personalised packaging is all the rage at the moment, with Unilever, Coca-Cola and a multitude of others...

MX puts London’s air pollution issue on the map
20 March 2017

Air quality is a huge talking point in London at the moment, with mayor Sadiq Khan looking to follow...

Killer app: Wyndeham scores 10 for folded underwear job
20 February 2017

Luxury quarterly 10 Magazine was seeking innovation for its Victoria’s Secret issue, which hit the newsstands...

Killer app: Saxon boozes up the traditional advent calendar
23 January 2017

Christmas may feel like a lifetime ago but let its spirit be resuscitated with this expert piece of print...

Northern Flags runs up the colours for naval gazers
08 May 2018

Northern Flags has helped naval supply store Mainbrace Marine provide the Royal Navy’s flags on a number...

DS Smith delivers sustainable display that stacks up
09 April 2018

Sustainability is the word on everyone’s lips right now when it comes to packaging and print, so when...

Online-only retailer can’t resist the power of print
05 March 2018

Fashion retailer Asos has largely existed only in abstract cyberspace since its inception – one of the...

Killer app: Bishops is on the ball with top-scoring programme
22 January 2018

Brighton & Hove Albion may not be troubling the upper reaches of the Premier League, but its programme...

Killer app Leicestershire firms race through BBC appeal book job
27 November 2017

The print industry doesn’t often find itself in the limelight, but two Leicestershire firms, Tudor Bookbinding...

Killer app: Dennis maps out London’s less urban, good spaces
23 October 2017

London, known for its concrete, Victorian terraces and often referred to as ‘The Big Smoke’, is greener...

Reproflex & Shazam raise temperature for Fairfield
25 September 2017

The new Heat & Eat crisps from Fairfields Farm come with a warm glow of innovation as the pack is designed...

Kent printer presses on with the Crossrail hoardings
21 August 2017

The Crossrail project, a 73-mile-long train line running across and under London and the Home counties,...

Newnorth delivers poetry in Notion with mag insert
03 July 2017

Bedford-based Newnorth has been printing London-based fashion quarterly Notion Magazine for the past...

Killer app: Three-piece outfit rocks out planetary mag cover
05 June 2017

Bauer Media has launched a new classic rock magazine, Planet Rock, and for its inaugural May issue it...

Gardners shifts into top gear for rubbish trucks
08 May 2017

To promote the safe disposal of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) in Cardiff, and help...

Boss is caught in The Act printing provocative tome
10 April 2017

London-based Boss Print has taken on many innovative projects over the years, but it has rarely been...

Killer app: Rocket lifts off to raise the roof (and floors client)
06 March 2017

The recent Ice Totally Gaming event at the London Excel featured some 500 exhibitors, which meant companies...

Killer app: Celloglas ensures Computer Arts is up to scratch
06 February 2017

Computer Arts magazine doesn’t like to hold back with the design of its covers. In 2015, the UK’s Top...

Killer app: Smith & Watts presents a perfect face for Exhibit A
09 January 2017

Artists Hugh Tisdale and Dan Murrell have not held back on their latest exhibition, Exhibit A, a show...

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