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Hollywood Monster to unveil new identity at major autumn event

Hollywood Monster is “moving to the next level” as it prepares to rebrand and announce a string of high-profile appointments.

Wilmot-Budgen secures UK cutting first

Point-of-sale specialist Wilmot-Budgen has ordered a Zünd D3 digital cutting table for its Surrey base.

Lotus labels moves into digital with Xeikon spend

Eastbourne-based Lotus Labels has installed a digital press and label converter to grab more work and boost turnover.

McCullin in praise of UK print on new retrospective

Acclaimed war photographer Don McCullin has heaped praise on the printer of his brand new retrospective Irreconcilable Truths.

SMP Group wraps Leicester City bus for lucky fans

SMP Group wrapped a bus that was used to give a select group of Leicester City FC fans a tour of the city. Only those fans that had bet on the team to win the Premier League at the beginning of the season qualified for the celebratory tour.

Wood Richardson prints innovative new climbing height chart

York-based digital and offset printer Wood Richardson has printed a new height chart for climbers.

Etrinsic founder Davies dies

Much-loved print company director and father of two Colin Davies has passed away aged 75.

Jarrold looks forward to book design awards

BPIF chief executive Charles Jarrold expects to see even more entries than last year to the 2016 British Book Design & Production Awards (BBD&PAs).

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.

Walstead in major continental buy

Wyndeham owner Walstead has turned its sights on central Europe with a further continental acquisition that will propel the group’s total sales to almost £400m and make it the largest independent print group in Europe.

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