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Killer app: Dekkle helps highlight plight of endangered apes

Did you know there were only 880 mountain gorillas left in the world? Probably not. This was a shocking figure brought home all the more powerfully by the latest ‘Project Hangup’ exhibition, entitled ‘Tragically, a Limited Edition’. The exhibition, held at Major Players gallery in London, and in partnership with paper merchant Antalis, displayed 880 mountain gorilla linocut prints.

APS walks on the wild side

Countryfile's annual calendar, which raises money for BBC charity Children in Need, features the best of UK amateur nature photography selected from thousands of entrants every year.

Project Hang Up turns print waste into Xmas decorations

Stationery printer Benwells has teamed up with graphic designer Project Hang Up to create recycled turtle dove decorative hang ups to highlight the plight of the endangered birds and our disposable era in time for Christmas.

The Colourhouse delivers photographic quality on uncoated stock

Fashion photograper Rankin's latest book, Rankin Portraits, features images of high profile celebrities including Daniel Craig and Cindy Crawford.

Killer App: Shortlist rubber cover

Polestar has teamed up with Celloglas to help create a special textured cover for The Amazing Spider-Man issue of ShortList magazine, which hit the streets on 5 July.

Killer app: Stone Roses re-resurrected

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.

Killer app: Howitt elected for London Mayor campaign job

Howitt, a subsidiary of Innovative Output Solutions, was recently awarded a contract to supply booklets to Londoners in the run-up to the London Mayor elections (3 May).

Killer app: Foiling is shine of the Times

Harrods has recently published the second edition of its annual watches special, Harrods Times, which was launched in 2010 with the help of HH Global, Zebra, Wyndeham Roche and Celloglas, all of whom also worked on the 2011 issue.

Killer app: DIY print handbook lauded

West Midlands-based design agency The Media Collective has tied with sheetfed specialist Centreprint to produce The Print Handbook, a print resource for design students. The handbook collates a wealth of information with the aim of "cutting out the guesswork", between on-screen image and printed work. The agency said it had been searching for a suitable reference book and, being unable to find one, decided to produce one itself.

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