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Killer app: Signs Express Plymouth gives hospice charity facelift

St Luke’s Hospice in Plymouth has cared for more than 3,500 people in the past year and its significance in the community is reflected by the success of its 30 charity shops across Devon and Cornwall.

Reproflex & Shazam raise temperature for Fairfield

The new Heat & Eat crisps from Fairfields Farm come with a warm glow of innovation as the pack is designed to be heated in the microwave, so that chip and dip can be enjoyed together at optimal temperatures. In promoting the project, Fairfields turned to pre-press specialists Reproflex 3 to help them engage crunchy potato enthusiasts across the nation.

Newnorth delivers poetry in Notion with mag insert

Bedford-based Newnorth has been printing London-based fashion quarterly Notion Magazine for the past two years, so when Notion opted to print its summer edition complete with an inserted UK festival guide, it had every faith that Newnorth could continue to provide a fine service.

Killer app: Smith & Watts presents a perfect face for Exhibit A

Artists Hugh Tisdale and Dan Murrell have not held back on their latest exhibition, Exhibit A, a show of life-sized hand-drawn masks of famous figures ranging from George Orwell to Tintin. To accompany the exhibition a catalogue was required, and for their printing needs they opted for Colchester-based 200-year-old Smith & Watts Print.

Ronset creates a buzz with sparky open day images

Open days are intended to help a school showcase its merits to the local parents and last month Blessed Trinity College in Burnley, Lancashire enlisted digital and wide-format printer Ronset to create an extra special splash. The result was a magnificent set of blown-up printed photographs exhibited throughout the school.

Killer app: Leycol focuses attention on a most goodly book

To print or not to print? That was the question posed to east London-based Leycol Printers when it was approached by luxury eyewear designer Cutler and Gross.

TJ pushes the boat out for RNLI’s royal publication

When Padstow, Cornwall-based book printer TJ International was approached by the Port Isaac Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) to produce The Illustrated History of Port Isaac Lifeboat Station, staff at TJ could not have imagined that a few weeks later HRH Prince Charles would be holding a special copy.

ABC Imaging gets creative for CDW installation

To coincide with Clerkenwell Design Week (CDW) in May, London-based digital printer ABC Imaging was commissioned to design and print graphics to be installed in windows on the side of Clerkenwell’s Finsbury Design Centre.

Killer App: Creative approach makes for a very Good print job

Creative printer John Good, which mainly supplies programmes and brochures to theatres, was commissioned around a year ago by design agency c-ll-ct-v-ly to print private equity bank Berenberg’s quarterly magazine Equities Highlights. It has since produced four issues, the most recent, issue number 13, focusing on sporting goods and brands.

Opal produces a jewel of a job for McCullin’s photos

Bath-based Opal Print would have been as surprised as anyone to find out it had been selected to print acclaimed war photographer Don McCullin’s new retrospective Irreconcilable Truths.

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