27 November 2017
| by Rhys Handley
The print industry doesn’t often find itself in the limelight, but two Leicestershire firms, Tudor Bookbinding and Chartwell Press, had their 15 minutes of fame on BBC Radio Leicester on 16 November thanks to their contribution to the station’s Children in Need appeal: a book entitled Do Your Food Friday Thing. It is hoped the project will raise £10,000 for Pudsey.
15 March 2013
| by Pamela Mardle
Staying at the forefront of fashion is key when hitting the slopes, so Gobet Production were more than happy to help out a stylish skier wanting to upgrade their look for the new season.
09 January 2013
Gusbourne Estate chose Oriel print and Celloglas to produce its packaging for a range of premium English sparkling wines.
22 November 2012
Weedon PSC worked with TV vet Joe Inglis to develop on-shelf packaging for his Vet's Kitchen natural pet foods.
14 November 2012
German games manufacturer Ravensburger's augmented reality (AR) puzzles have been tipped for success in this year's Christmas wish lists.
26 September 2012
Having developed weird and wonderful props for the Harry Potter films together since 2001, graphic design duo MinaLima (Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima) set up an online store, The Printorium, to print and sell replicas of their original pieces, such as The Marauder's Map and an edition of The Daily Prophet newspaper.
20 September 2012
Eastbourne-based printer Signtek worked to a 36-hour deadline to wrap a Lotus Evora in time to get to the qualification session for the British GT at the world-famous Nrburgring in Germany.
31 August 2012
| by Tom Newcombe
Adverset Media Solutions, produced over 1,500 printed promotional items for Armed Forces support scheme, Heroes Welcome, with the aim of distributing them to towns and cities in the UK that support the initiative.
13 August 2012
Prosthetic limb maker RSL Steeper briefed Smurfit Kappa to create a pack that reflected the feel, image and strength of its BeBionic products yet was accessible to those with limited dexterity.
04 July 2012
To mark its 40th anniversary, not only has rock band Kiss reunited to produce a new album and stage a world tour, but it is celebrating the landmark with the publication of a giant book, KISS Monster, showcasing photographs from its four decades in the business. The limited edition book is available globally for $4,299 (2,700).