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Perfect planning is required for upscale projects

Little did the team at Preston-based Lustalux know that when a call came in from architect consultancy C4 Projects in 2015, a simple query about window film would be scaled into a complex and multi-faceted project that would go on to positively impact the lives of thousands of children.

Come face to face with a sector driven by innovation

Doing business face to face has never been more important as it is today,” so says Rudi Blackett, SDUK portfolio director, as he and his team prepare to open the doors of the 2019 edition of Sign & Digital UK.

Software superstars in the spotlight

There are a lot of different design programs around that can be used to place text and graphics in specific places, and to draw shapes and add effects such as transparencies or drop shadows.

Wide-format show that seeks to bring creativity to life

Sign & Digital UK just gets bigger and better, says show director Rudi Blackett. This month’s exhibition will take up over 11,000m² at the NEC in Birmingham.

Premium prezzies for print fanatics

If you’re still searching for a truly special gift for a print devotee, then look no further – you’ve come to the right place.

Makeover puts Monster in a starring role

Hollywood Monster had a lot to live up to including its name. The signage and graphics company recently underwent a monster makeover with a rebrand. “Rebranding – extensive or otherwise – is not always easy, in fact it is never easy,” recalls the man who led this one, managing director Simon McKenzie.

New illustrators hail medium that really shows you care

A universal “ooooh” of delight and appreciation. That was the reaction from the assembled group of Kingston University final-year illustration and animation students, as a particularly luxe print sample was brandished during our roundtable discussion about the many and varied qualities of print.

Business inspection: Helping the less able find their way

Developing signage to assist dementia sufferers has helped Find build a profitable niche.

Around the world in 8 prints

Print is constantly being challenged to push the boundaries of what’s possible to ensure that it maintains its key position in the marketing mix. As the following examples from the past 12 months show, printers worldwide are doing their bit to ensure the medium remains relevant.

Tunnel visionaries prosper from print

What harbours woodpeckers, deer, bats and newts, has been used to house British Museum treasures and war-time government offices, and costs £500 per hour to film? The answer: London’s iconic Underground network.

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