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Killer app: Killer app PCP puts in a virtuoso performance for Cullum mag

Looking barely old enough to be in HMV on his own, Jamie Cullum has gone and confused the issue even further. The fresh-faced singer-songwriter and instrumentalist has now published his own magazine The Eighty-Eight, a “beautifully designed collection...

Laser-cut cover forms typography tribute

German graphic magazine Novum used a range of techniques including laser die-cutting and foil laminating to create a cover that was "a tribute to typography" for its latest issue.

Brief Cases shows off future industry talent

An award scheme that aims to give degree-level design students an introduction to handling a commercial brief has praised the calibre of this year's entries and announced the winning briefs.

Adobe cyber-attack a 'warning' to printers

Adobe has confirmed that a recent cyber-attack compromised 38 million rather than 2.9 million customer accounts, as first reported.

Adobe cyber-attack a 'warning' to printers

Adobe has confirmed that a recent cyber-attack compromised 38 million rather than 2.9 million customer accounts, as first reported.

UCI and Print Club London launch Cardpress

Urban Cottage Industries (UCI) and Print Club London have launched Cardpress, a personalised greetings card business with a difference.

Jamie Cullum indulges his passion for typography with The Eighty-Eight

Popular jazz singer-songwriter Jamie Cullum has launched his own "occasional" magazine, The Eighty-Eight, with the help of Shropshire-based printer Precision Colour Printing (PCP).

UN unveils the world's largest e-paper sign

Three companies have teamed up to create what they are calling the world's largest electronic-paper sign.

Faret selects Trucard for premium drinks carton

Tullis Russell's Trucard board is said to be benefiting from premium drinks brand owners' attempts to differentiate their brands through the appearance and appeal of their packaging.

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.

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