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Print history preserved at new Stationers' Hall archive

Priceless documents recording the history of copyrighting and the print industry will be available for all to see as the Stationers' Company opens its new Tokefield Centre archive to the public.

60 seconds with Barley Print

Barley Print started in 2007 when it took over a calendar business. It installed its own B2 press to produce the calendars and commercial work.

A time-served profession at the cutting edge

There are few better examples of the recent commoditisation of print than the stationery sector. Type the words ‘business card printing’ into the search engine of your choice and you’ll be bombarded with a series of enticing offers - ‘500 cards for £9.28’, ‘£4.95 for 100 premium cards’, ‘business cards from £3.99’.

New W2P business aims to simplify print-on-demand

A new London-based web-to-print firm is hoping to win a share of the fast-turnaround printing market by simplifying high-quality print-on-demand for creatives and entrepreneurs.

60 seconds with Windmill Print

Windmill Print has been passionate about producing the finest quality print since it was founded in 1975. “Perfection is the standard we’ve always sought to achieve with every job we produced, and our meticulous attention to detail soon gained us a reputation,” the firm says. “Our success is driven by our determination to give our clients the highest level of customer support, and excellence in print.”

Overmatter: analogue Twitter

When Overmatter saw the press release about a new product range from Clintons, it gave every impression of being a late-arriving April Fool.

Cutture London joins PrintWeekLive! line-up

Luxury event stationery specialist Cutture London has signed up to exhibit at PrintWeekLive! in March.

Overmatter: sharp cards

Here at PrintWeek Towers we are, of course, very appreciative of the Christmas cards we receive from our wonderful industry chums.

Overmatter: Stop right there

Ah, stop-motion animation, a technique that brings back fond memories of Morph, Trumpton et al, as well as more recent exponents such as Wallace & Gromit.

Dodo Pad should make ideas take flight

Jo Francis urges printers to be alive to re-shoring opportunities

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