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Digitally printed art book wins Book of the Year

A large-format limited edition artist’s book has picked up the top prize at the British Book Design & Production Awards.

Slated book print farmer changes name again

The company formerly known as Houseprint has changed its official name once again and complaints are still flooding in, with one client taking the business to a small claims court.

Q&A: Chris Narayan Bindery manager, Rapidity

Chris has worked for 37 years as a hand bookbinder, and his expert skills have been called upon to give demonstrations and teach classes in the art. He loves music and football, his wife, and his Boston terrier. He was also the only man in a kilt to grace the stage at this year’s PrintWeek Awards.

Fairytale machines are rewriting bedtime reading

Once upon a time, the personalisation of a children’s book simply meant having a particular child’s name appear on the cover. At the time, it was mind-boggling, like something out of, well, a children’s book.

Xerox rolls out High Fusion Inks

Xerox has initiated the beta user rollout of its new High Fusion Inks (HFI) for its Trivor digital inkjet press.

Bindery qualification for veterans funded by Printing Charity

Six wounded, injured or sick (WIS) armed forces veterans will be taught traditional and modern bindery techniques as part of a collaborative project between the Printing Charity and Bound by Veterans.

Killer app: Gavin Martin delivers Instant hit for Ballymore

The Embassy Gardens estate in Vauxhall, holds pride of place in developer Ballymore’s portfolio. With flats starting at £650,000, this luxury development is in the Nine Elms Regeneration Area, which will host the new US Embassy, and boasts London’s first ‘sky pool’ as well as a gym and dance studio.

Me & my: Domino K630i

Black on white is still the clearest way to print text for easy reading, which explains why there are so many mono presses on the market dedicated to book work.

Profits slump at St Ives print ops

Bottom line losses at St Ives have ballooned to £44.5m, and the group has reported a collapse in the profitability of its up-for-sale printing operations.

Charnock returns to sharp end of print with new role

John Charnock has made a surprise return to print management, and has been appointed as the new managing director of Nicholson Bass, one of the oldest printing companies in Northern Ireland.

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