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Killer app: Bell & Bain proves it has the right recipe for Nom

Kate Allinson and Kay Featherstone started Pinch of Nom as an online space in which to share slimming, cost-effective recipes. Amassing a Facebook following of 1.4 million people and counting, the project was always destined to break out onto the printed page.

Killer app: St Austell prepares Eden guide for German influx

The Germans are coming. Specifically, they’re coming to the Eden Project, Cornwall, to enjoy the wondrous natural sights of the world’s largest indoor rainforest.

Scots play a blinder and score for England’s Heroes

For a short-lived moment in the middle of the summer, football fans across England truly believed it could be coming home.

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

The beauty of the world can be difficult to replicate in print. Cork-born graphic designer David Magee has been capturing lush scenery on camera in his spare time for 25 years. Now, for the first time, his work can all be found in one place – and printed to the finest standard.

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.

Orphans gets by with a little help from its press

Publisher Orphans Publishing, which also has a print arm (Orphans Press), was able to both commission and print a celebration of all things Beatles as the 50th anniversary of the seminal Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band rolled around.

Boss is caught in The Act printing provocative tome

London-based Boss Print has taken on many innovative projects over the years, but it has rarely been faced with anything as boundary pushing as The Act, a retrospective from fine art photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten.

Killer app: Leycol focuses attention on a most goodly book

To print or not to print? That was the question posed to east London-based Leycol Printers when it was approached by luxury eyewear designer Cutler and Gross.

TJ pushes the boat out for RNLI’s royal publication

When Padstow, Cornwall-based book printer TJ International was approached by the Port Isaac Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) to produce The Illustrated History of Port Isaac Lifeboat Station, staff at TJ could not have imagined that a few weeks later HRH Prince Charles would be holding a special copy.

Opal produces a jewel of a job for McCullin’s photos

Bath-based Opal Print would have been as surprised as anyone to find out it had been selected to print acclaimed war photographer Don McCullin’s new retrospective Irreconcilable Truths.

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