Search results for

Results 1 to 4 of about 4

Sort results by: Date | Relevance

Killer app: Amberley reproduces the spirit of Vettriano for gin

Scottish painter Jack Vettriano seems to harken back to another time with his evocative oeuvre: sharply-dressed men flirt with ladies in red amid the smoky allure of dive bars and dance halls. His Fitzgerald-like worlds radiate class and so too should any merchandise that might aspire to sport his work.

The Label Makers conjurs the spirit of the Mary Rose

If you want to name your artisanal gin after King Henry VIII’s prestigious warship the Mary Rose, as the HMS Spirit Company has, you best adorn it with a label to match.

Killer app: Americk and Amberley brew up 57 tartan varieties

To coincide with last month’s Burns Night celebrations, Scottish drinks manufacturer AG Barr embarked on a £1m campaign to promote its Irn-Bru brand, which saw two-litre and 500ml bottles of the carbonated soft drink sold in limited edition packs decorated with 57 clan tartan designs that covered the top 100 most common Scottish surnames.

Killer app: Ryedale Group hailed for printed sensor technology

Not so long ago, the idea of printing an electronic circuit would have sounded highly futuristic and sci-fi. But the future, say printed electronics experts, is now here. One exciting recent example hails from North Yorkshire’s The Ryedale Group, which won this month’s inaugural Stationers’ Company Innovation Excellence Awards.

Search filters:

By section

Killer App Iconremovefilter

By category

Labels Iconremovefilter

Click on a filter below to refine your search.

Add Search Filters:

By Date

More...

Latest comments