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Overmatter: Kwik birthday

1984. It seems like a long time ago. Wait, it WAS a long time ago. Notable happenings included the pound note being withdrawn from circulation, the original Band Aid, and Frankie Goes to Hollywood spending five weeks at the top of the charts with Relax despite the track being banned by the BBC.

Overmatter: Stuff Print People Say

Between The Apprentice, I’m A Celebrity and X Factor, the TV schedule seems to be reaching a critical mass of imbeciles. And that’s just Ant and/or Dec.

Overmatter: dull dudes

It’s that time of year when thoughts turn to Christmas lists and Christmas gift-giving. Overmatter is a keen exponent of the print-related Christmas pressie, so with great delight learned of a new and possibly essential gift of the wall-based print variety.

Overmatter: You’re fired!

Overmatter loves The Apprentice, and is especially delighted when a task for the various hapless/egotistical contestants involves print in some form – the measurement mix-up involving a printed flag in series nine remains a cause of much mirth.

Overmatter: sauce matters

Fans of the Danny Baker show on BBC Radio 5 Live will be familiar with the sausage sandwich game, whereby Dan poses the question: “Red sauce, brown sauce or no sauce at all?” as the culmination of the weekly quiz involving a celebrity guest.

Overmatter: plants in space

Printing companies often find it difficult to come up with new and creative ideas for their own marketing materials. Which explains why we’ve seen so many brochures with big pictures of printing presses on them over the years.

Overmatter: charity round-up

A shout-out and a hat-tip go to the legion of print folk who are out there doing good work for good causes.

Overmatter: pop proposal

Ah, the romance of print. We’ve had proposals writ large on billboards, and writ small in newspaper classified ads.

60 seconds with SPS Group

SPS Group was founded in 1968 by Ian Martin as a local screen printing business. The firm has developed into a POS and retail specialist employing 175 staff. It is run by Ian’s sons Toby (pictured) and James, and proudly retains “the same core family values”.

Overmatter: Presstival

Overmatter yearns for a holiday. Fortunately, a printing Wayzgoose is inked in Overmatter’s diary for a few weeks hence.

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