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Taylor Bloxham prints cancer charity book

Taylor Bloxham has sponsored the publication of a book by Maggie's cancer centres featuring 12 stories and 144 individual artworks.

Me & my: Duplo DC 745

It's fair to say that most children of around the age of five are not the greatest artists the world has seen. Houses tend to look like they are suffering heavy subsidence, people are bloated around the middle yet have limbs thinner than value wrapping paper and the colour scheme can be, well, experimental. Yet mothers and fathers dutifully stick these 'pictures' on the fridge and expect visitors to find some words of praise.

A bumpy ride for the industry: 2011's good and bad news

Perhaps the biggest news came late in 2011: the administration one of the world's largest press manufacturers. But this was not the only earth-shattering story covered by PrintWeek. We look back on the news - good and bad - that made 2011 one of the most tumultuous years in recent memory.

Fujifilm gears up for Drupa with new EMEA plate line

Fujifilm official opened its new PS-10 plate production line in Tilburg, The Netherlands, yesterday, at a star-studded ceremony attended by the Prince of Orange, HRH Prince Willem-Alexander.

World Book Night to target prisons, libraries and hospitals

World Book Night 2012 is to distribute 500,000 free books to prisons, libraries and hospitals as part of its 1m book giveaway initiative.

NEC teams with Missing Horse to offer colour management courses

NEC Display Solutions has teamed with UK colour constultant Paul Sherfield, managing director of the Missing Horse Consultancy, to offer a series of colour management courses for users of SpectraView displays.

Sign & Digital UK 2012 to focus on environmental issues with Green Trail initiative

Sign & Digital UK 2012 will feature a Green Trail at next year's show, which aims to highlight equipment and products that have an eco-friendly, environmental or ethical element.

St Bride's announces date for printers' Carol Service

The 2011 Christmas Carol Service for printers will be held at St Bride's Church on Tuesday 13 December at 6pm.

Artist recreates photographs by printing on paper edge

Artist Elizabeth Gossling is exhibiting three works of art using print on paper at her show in the B&N Gallery in London.

EcoPrint reveals HP as headline partner for 2012 event

The organisers of EcoPrint Europe Live 2012 have praised HP's commitment to "sustainability in print" after revealing the digital giant as its headline partner for the 2012 trade event.

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