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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.

VGL’s fruity Tube job has the sweet smell of success

Commuters at Oxford Circus London Underground station rarely come up smelling of roses, but they almost definitely picked up the scent of strawberries recently.

Northern Flags runs up the colours for naval gazers

Northern Flags has helped naval supply store Mainbrace Marine provide the Royal Navy’s flags on a number of occasions. This time, however, the recurring client tested just how tight a ship the Leeds-based printer could run with an order of fleet-sized proportions.

The Label Makers conjurs the spirit of the Mary Rose

If you want to name your artisanal gin after King Henry VIII’s prestigious warship the Mary Rose, as the HMS Spirit Company has, you best adorn it with a label to match.

DS Smith delivers sustainable display that stacks up

Sustainability is the word on everyone’s lips right now when it comes to packaging and print, so when health snack brand Eat Real wanted to show off its new pulse- and grain-based snacks to the world it wanted the unveiling to be not only healthy for the consumer, but healthy for the planet.

Killer app: Allan & Bertram wins four golds at calendar awards

You can’t feasibly print “the world’s finest calendars” without the credentials to back it up.

Online-only retailer can’t resist the power of print

Fashion retailer Asos has largely existed only in abstract cyberspace since its inception – one of the most recognisable brands to be truly online-only. But even Asos cannot deny the power of print, as its customer-loyalty quarterly magazine reaches its 100th edition and goes on commercial release for the first time.

Killer app: Boss Print pulls out all the f-stops for photobook

The beauty of the world can be difficult to replicate in print. Cork-born graphic designer David Magee has been capturing lush scenery on camera in his spare time for 25 years. Now, for the first time, his work can all be found in one place – and printed to the finest standard.

Killer app: Bishops is on the ball with top-scoring programme

Brighton & Hove Albion may not be troubling the upper reaches of the Premier League, but its programme has run away with the cup in Programme Monthly’s Programme of the Season award for 2017/18.

Killer app: Tayprint hits the streets for homelessness charity

While Christmas is the best time of year for many, for some it is the worst. During the festive season, the UK’s homeless population are left out in the cold, surrounded by reminders of the reveries of the more fortunate.

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