08 July 2019
| by Rhys Handley
As a team of committed celebrants to the moving image, Little White Lies (LWL) occasionally finds the printed form “standardised and inflexible”, to use editor David Jenkins’ words. For the magazine’s 80th edition, it was only right to bring the magic of motion to the printed page.
10 October 2016
| by Max Goldbart
FE Burman has pulled off many an interesting job over the years and worked on multiple occasions with Wallpaper* magazine. For its most creative job yet, and to tie in with Wallpaper’s 20th anniversary, the printer was commissioned for a run of unique posters to be inserted into the October issue looking at two decades of design.
23 November 2015
| by Richard Stuart-Turner
Heat-reactive ink, which reveals hidden images when warmed, has been used to enhance the front cover of the latest issue of Future Publishing’s graphic design magazine Computer Arts.
09 February 2015
| by Richard Stuart-Turner
Taking its inspiration from a fondly owned glittering handbag, the team responsible for commissioning fragrance packaging design at British fashion house Ghost set out to find a way to make the gift boxes for its new range sparkle just as vividly.
31 August 2012
| by Tom Newcombe
Adverset Media Solutions, produced over 1,500 printed promotional items for Armed Forces support scheme, Heroes Welcome, with the aim of distributing them to towns and cities in the UK that support the initiative.
21 August 2012
| by Pamela Mardle
The family-owned printer has produced a limited edition collectors' card for Royal Mail's Gold Medal Stamps, whicih depicts Team GB's victories at the London 2012 Games.
27 June 2012
East London-based specialist photographic print and design business Metro Imaging has been commissioned to commemorate the reunion of indie band The Stone Roses with a two-month exhibition at Whiteley's Shopping Centre in London.
10 October 2007
Heart n Soul (HNS), established in 1986, is an arts organisation and charity, focused on changing the lives of people with learning difficulties. Clare Thomas is communications manager for the London-based company.
06 June 2007
The charity Christian Aid works with 700 local organisations across 50 developing countries. Working with poor communities, it trains people to deal with the effects of climate change and prepares them for the threat of natural disaster. These local organisations or partners also work on HIV, training and education, health and sanitation and peace and reconciliation.
30 May 2007
For a company less than five years old, Bath-based publisher Media Clash is doing well for itself, with annual sales of around 1.6m for its City Magazine division. Founded when former Future chief executive and consultant, Greg and Jane Ingram respectively, bought the controlling interests in Surf Media, it now has four divisions - Digital, Customer Publishing, Business Consultancy and City.