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Celloglas applies heat-reactive ink to Computer Arts cover

Heat-reactive ink, which reveals hidden images when warmed, has been used to enhance the latest issue of Future Publishing’s graphic design magazine Computer Arts.

Killer App: Impression produces world's biggest art exhibition

The Art Everywhere project saw 57 of the nation's favourite artworks displayed at 22,000 sites across the UK.

ColourXpress targets growth after Ryobi spend

Plymouth-based ColourXpress is looking to double its staff in the next six months off the back of a £500,000 investment, partly supported by RDA funding and a three-year NHS contact win.

Loveurope looks to life after McCann

Loveurope chief executive Steve Owens focuses on the positives following long-standing client McCann Worldgroup's decision to bring its pre-media work in-house under the Craft Worldwide brand.

Media roundup: The Times, retail sales, Jubilee, Change for Life, Sunday Telegraph, Sainsbury's

We bring you the buzz from the wider media sphere, across the world and across the web. This week: The Times pledges to pull paywall during key Olympic dates; May sunshine gives 3.4% boost to retail sales; Queen's Jubilee extravaganza provides national lift; Change4Life ads push sports activity packs; Sunday Telegraph publishes its first-ever quality paper cover wrap; and Sainsbury's U-turns and judges Front mag OK for customers.

PaperlinX reverts to Burgo and streamlines product line

PaperlinX has dropped two of its recycled paper brands and reassigned the manufacturing of surviving line Revive to Burgo.

Celloglas teams up with Computer Arts designers for 200th issue

Illustration magazine Computer Arts has teamed up with Celloglas to produce its "classic, timeless" 200th issue cover.

CPC helps Norwich bid to become England's first UNESCO City of Literature

Bungay-based print company CPC has produced the bid document backing Norwich's attempt to become England's first UNESCO City of Literature.

Calverts chosen for Wrangler's seasonal Look Book

London-based print and design co-operative Calverts has been chosen as the first UK printer to produce clothing company Wrangler's European seasonal Look Book.

Media roundup: Krispy Kreme; Morrisons, Unilever and Mercedes; NME; Cobra; Kia

We bring you the buzz from the wider media sphere, across the world and across the web. This week: Krispy Kreme launches outdoor campaign; Leading brands trial NFC and QR technologies; NME secures license deal; Cobra unveils 4m campaign; Kia ties up with Telegraph for latex first.

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