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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.

Killer app Leicestershire firms race through BBC appeal book job

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.

Killer app: PressOn’s tail wrap set to break the sound barrier

The Bloodhound SSC is “an amazing display of the collective British spirit,” according to PressOn joint managing director Nigel Webster. Racing to 210mph on its first unveiling in late October, the supersonic car – designed to reach up to 1,000mph at full power – was put together by a team of engineers and a number of select suppliers from across the UK, including the Chatham-based printer.

Killer app: Dennis maps out London’s less urban, good spaces

London, known for its concrete, Victorian terraces and often referred to as ‘The Big Smoke’, is greener than many people would think. The capital is home to more than 3,000 parks and green spaces, which Urban Good and the National Park City project want to show off.

Killer app: Gavin Martin delivers Instant hit for Ballymore

The Embassy Gardens estate in Vauxhall, holds pride of place in developer Ballymore’s portfolio. With flats starting at £650,000, this luxury development is in the Nine Elms Regeneration Area, which will host the new US Embassy, and boasts London’s first ‘sky pool’ as well as a gym and dance studio.

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.

No nine lives needed for latest Slam Signs van wrap

The Cats Protection charity likes to promote its raison d’être, any hour, any day, and for help with the mission it was looking for a company to wrap a number of its vehicles with a sparkly vehicle wrap that conveys its message. In stepped Hertfordshire-based Slam Signs, hired by car dealership Robins & Day, which handles outsourcing for the wrapping.

Kent printer presses on with the Crossrail hoardings

The Crossrail project, a 73-mile-long train line running across and under London and the Home counties, was given approval back in 2008 and construction began a year later.

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