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Dennis reproduces Arctic map for Antarctic team

Laura Gerrish, mapping specialist at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS), knows better than most that our polar icecaps are changing at a rapid rate that printed maps cannot keep up with.

Killer app: Boxmart’s perfect pack for a brewer on the move

Welsh brewery Tiny Rebel is well on its way to becoming a giant among giants in the craft beer market, after being established with the unveiling of its first two beers at the Commercial pub in Pontymister in 2012.

Killer App: LWL marks its 80th edition with the magic of motion

As a team of committed celebrants to the moving image, Little White Lies (LWL) occasionally finds the printed form “standardised and inflexible”, to use editor David Jenkins’ words. For the magazine’s 80th edition, it was only right to bring the magic of motion to the printed page.

Killer app: Aura is a van’s best friend for man’s best friend

The Manchester & Cheshire Dogs’ Home (M&CDH) surely does nothing but good – rescuing and finding new, loving owners for wayward, neglected pups and mutts. Its team certainly did not deserve to have their van stolen earlier this year. With their newly donated van lacking the panache it needed, it was time to fetch the positive power of print.

Killer app: DPS employs the force to bring order to the galaxy

When it comes to creativity and ingenuity in greetings cards, the Force is strong with Moonpig.

Killer app: Bell & Bain proves it has the right recipe for Nom

Kate Allinson and Kay Featherstone started Pinch of Nom as an online space in which to share slimming, cost-effective recipes. Amassing a Facebook following of 1.4 million people and counting, the project was always destined to break out onto the printed page.

Signs Express opens the book on Brum’s Floozie

The River, a sculpture designed by Dhruva Mistry, has reclined in the fountain outside Birmingham’s historic Council House since 1994. In all that time, the affectionately named ‘Floozie in the Jacuzzi’ has had nothing to read.

Killer app: Amberley reproduces the spirit of Vettriano for gin

Scottish painter Jack Vettriano seems to harken back to another time with his evocative oeuvre: sharply-dressed men flirt with ladies in red amid the smoky allure of dive bars and dance halls. His Fitzgerald-like worlds radiate class and so too should any merchandise that might aspire to sport his work.

First Move completes personalised care catalogue

Providing aid equipment for people with disabilities is a highly nuanced undertaking, with every individual’s needs incredibly specific to themselves. Knowing this, it was important to supplier Complete Care that its latest catalogue reflect the diversity of its customer base.

Witherbys sculpts gallery guide for British talent

London-born sculptor Sam Orlando Miller is based in Cataluña in Spain nowadays, but even as his work takes on an increasingly Mediterranean influence befitting his surroundings, he never forgets his roots amid the English craftsmanship of his family’s silversmithing workshop.

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