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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: Smith & Watts presents a perfect face for Exhibit A

Artists Hugh Tisdale and Dan Murrell have not held back on their latest exhibition, Exhibit A, a show of life-sized hand-drawn masks of famous figures ranging from George Orwell to Tintin. To accompany the exhibition a catalogue was required, and for their printing needs they opted for Colchester-based 200-year-old Smith & Watts Print.

PressOn cultivates giant blooming living painting

Having wrapped an entire ex-Royal Navy warship, the ‘Dazzle Ship’, and received a 2015 Fespa Gold Award for its troubles, PressOn was sought out by the Flower Council of Holland to produce an innovative piece of print for its giant ‘living painting’, visible between 2 and 7 June on a wall of London’s National Gallery to complement its Dutch Flowers Exhibition.

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.

Killer app: Screen printers use F&B paints in wintery artworks

Farrow & Ball commissioned three Print Club London artists to produce a limited edition print with a wintery theme to be printed with Farrow & Ball paints and used in the Christmas point of sale displays in each of its 51 showrooms worldwide.

Killer app: Park and PaperShapers aid ‘origamic’ artwork

Who would have thought that paper and print would find their place amongst kinetic, electronic and new media art? Artist Elod Beregszaszi for one. He created a limited-edition installation/pop-up poster for the recent Kinetica Art Fair, which was held at the Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London over 16-19 October.

Killer app: Service Graphics delivers an ‘Altered’ view of icons

Boxpark in Shoreditch – well known among London’s trendy types for its pop-up shops – is playing host to pop-up print this month. Artist Yoni Alter has taken the top spot, literally, at the big banner site across the top of the shops, with his eye-popping and traffic-stopping art.

Killer app: Rider turns to pyromania for Print Club exhibition

Trendy asymmetric haircuts, thick-rimmed glasses and more beards than you can shake a, um, razor blade at – there’s no mistaking a Blisters screen print exhibition.

Killer app: PressOn dazzles with ship wrap for WWI centenary

It looks, when you spot it over the river from London’s South Bank, like a piece of cutting-edge modern art. And indeed it is. But the abstract patterns now adorning the HMS President warship in fact have a one hundred year legacy behind them.

Killer app: Dekkle helps highlight plight of endangered apes

Did you know there were only 880 mountain gorillas left in the world? Probably not. This was a shocking figure brought home all the more powerfully by the latest ‘Project Hangup’ exhibition, entitled ‘Tragically, a Limited Edition’. The exhibition, held at Major Players gallery in London, and in partnership with paper merchant Antalis, displayed 880 mountain gorilla linocut prints.

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