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Nettl pulls plug on post-apocalyptic advert

Nettl has been forced to remove an advert after receiving a complaint about its content.

60 seconds with KEP Print Group

KEP Print Group started in 1979 in the family garage of Kenneth E Plowman, the father of current managing director Mark Plowman (pictured).

Overmatter: What the Dickens?

Overmatter hates it when the dread phrase ‘printing error’ is used to inaccurately blame the poor old printer for someone else’s foul-up.

Kent printer presses on with the Crossrail hoardings

The Crossrail project, a 73-mile-long train line running across and under London and the Home counties, was given approval back in 2008 and construction began a year later.

Print helps transform Hull into bubbling cultural hub

When culture comes to mind, residents of or visitors to the UK wouldn’t necessarily earmark the East Yorkshire city of Hull as a bubbling beacon. Swap the city’s only vowel from a ‘u’ to an ‘e’, and you wind up in hell, a verbal switch that many have found to be to their amusement.

A tale of rogue apostrophes undermines Irish council's expectations

A Northern Irish council has been forced to shell out more than £1,000 after printing leaflets, posters and billboards for a performance of Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations with an apostrophe in the wrong place.

Canon unveils Pro-6000

Canon has launched its new 1.5m-wide imagePrograf Pro-6000 large-format printer, which it says is the largest in its range to use 12 colours.

Oasis installs wonder wall of graphics for gala event

At a recent London Roundhouse event, the Everything Everday London Gala, held in aid of the Ubuntu Education Fund, the capital’s 150-year-old venue required some sprucing up with wall graphics and posters. It appointed Fisher Productions to stage the event, who called on Berkshire-based Oasis Graphics to take on the printing and installation.

60 seconds with Boxtick Graphics

The owners of a group of existing non-print businesses purchased the company a few years ago to enter a new market that focuses on small businesses. We rebranded to Boxtick last year with our customers at the centre of what we deliver.

Smart posters reached for the sky but never took off

The concept of an interactive poster is simple; getting the consumer to engage with the content to establish or reinforce a relationship between brand and user.

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