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Killer app: White Duck’s old-school skills are out of this world

The Söderberg sisters, better known as Swedish folk music act First Aid Kit, are famous for their dramatic flair – psychedelic patterns and magnificent jewels making up their onstage costumes.

Killer app: ProCo turns children’s charity work into child’s play

BBC Children in Need (CiN) has now raised more than £1bn to help youngsters worldwide since launching in 1980. A charity push of that scale needs coordination and sophistication, which is evident in its combined use of print and digital communications to recruit fundraisers.

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.

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.

Killer app: Tayprint hits the streets for homelessness charity

While Christmas is the best time of year for many, for some it is the worst. During the festive season, the UK’s homeless population are left out in the cold, surrounded by reminders of the reveries of the more fortunate.

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.

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.

Killer App: Creo catches fire for Mockingjay Part 2 graphics

The final film in the wildly successful series based on The Hunger Games books – Mockingjay Part 2 – took more than $650m (£459m) at the box office, so it was imperative that the launch of the DVD of the film was just as successful. Creo, based in London with production in Aylesford, was tasked with this high-profile project.

Killer app: Studio One teaches lesson for school hoarding

Northamptonshire County Council has enlisted the help of local wide-format printer Studio One to supply hoarding boards to dress the perimeter fence surrounding the town’s old post office site.

Killer app: Monster bunch employ the force for Hollywood hit

Birmingham wide-format printer Hollywood Monster created a striking wall graphic for a local branch of cinema chain Cineworld to help launch the biggest film of the past few months – Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

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