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New rules mean extra ad spaces on taxis

A change of advertising rules has meant that advertising can now be placed on rear windows and wheel trims of licensed taxis.

Wallpaper* enters new decade with AR cover

IPC's design and fashion magazine Wallpaper* is using augmented reality (AR) to enhance its cover, along with a 10-page feature in its January issue.

Ultimate Packaging prints Rudolph potato bags

The Very Very Veg company has tasked Ultimate Packaging with producing festive packaging for its Rudolph Potatoes.

Bauer's Empire magazine gets Mirri makeover for 10-cover special December issue

The December issue of Bauer's Empire magazine will feature 10 different covers starring movie icons of the decade.

David Chipperfield Architects chooses Baddeley Brothers' traditional skills for stationery work

David Chipperfield Architects has appointed Baddeley Brothers to produce materials to support its exhibition at the Design Museum.

James McNaughton Group provides paper for Royal Variety programme

Paper merchant James McNaughton Group has provided 2.4 tonnes of its Cocoon Silk 100% recycled grade for the Royal Variety Performance's annual programme.

HP highlights its customers' capabilities to print buyers on new website

HP has launched a website for print buyers to highlight HP customers that can produce their requirements.

Review of the decade

As the curtain falls on the decade, the printing industry will be hoping that the next 10 years bring better fortune than the last. In a two-part look at events since the turn of the millennium, PrintWeek trawls the archive to revisit the stories that hit the headlines during one of the industry's most eventful periods

Haymarket motoring website moves into print

Haymarket, publisher of PrintWeek, is extending its Piston Heads motoring website into print for the first time after releasing a 2009 annual.

Baker Street Tube gets Sherlock Holmes makeover ahead of new film

Warner Bros is promoting the release of a new Sherlock Holmes film with a three-week campaign on the mid-level concourse at Baker Street Tube Station, famous because of its connection to the fictional detective's 221B Baker Street apartment.

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