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Fringe targets print in eco drive

With ticket sales topping 3 million for the first time this year, the 345,000 copies of the programme produced for this year’s Edinburgh Fringe festival may on the face of it seem like a comparatively conservative figure.

A gin-ovative campaign turns Tube into a capital destination

It seems the summer came and went in a flash, with unprecedented bursts of heat punctuated by spells of rain and gloom. Compared with the consistent highs in 2018, it’s been a bit up and down – but that didn’t dampen the spirits of Hendrick’s Gin as it launched one of the most ambitious seasonal advertising campaigns of the year.

Printers play it cool for festival fever

While many of us will be looking at the summer through the office or factory window, certain members of the printer fraternity are lucky enough to be spending it attending the long list of amazing music, arts and film festivals the UK offers, delivering a much in demand print service.

Printeriors goes outside for Fespa 2019

Fespa’s ‘Printeriors’ indoor décor showcase will expand its scope to include real life examples of outdoor applications in the 2019 show.

Wallace Print opens up Golden Gate opportunity

Originally wrought in 1862 as a gift for Queen Victoria, the Golden Gates were snapped up by savvy councillor Frederick Monks as a gift for his hometown, Warrington.

Out-of-home buoyant in H1 2018 ad spending report

Spending on out-of-home (OOH) advertising saw a boost in the first half of 2018 as brands flock to traditional channels to engage audiences.

Killer app: PLG proves to be the mutt’s nuts with ‘bollocks’ sign

Pimlico Plumbers founder Charlie Mullins can always be relied upon to proudly pin his colours to the mast.

The power of print is not lost on the net’s biggest brands

As well as being among the world’s biggest brands, internet giants Facebook, Google and Amazon have something else in common – they have all started to embrace printed media in recent times.

Facebook and the power of print

Jo Francis says that it is super-significant that online giant Facebook has turned to old media to get an important message across.

VGL’s fruity Tube job has the sweet smell of success

Commuters at Oxford Circus London Underground station rarely come up smelling of roses, but they almost definitely picked up the scent of strawberries recently.

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