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Overmatter: tempura-ray setback

Our excitement that one of print’s own could carry off the Masterchef trophy at the end of the show’s new season has proved to be sadly short-lived.

Overmatter: hidebound, not!

By way of a complete contrast with the last Overmatter column, which looked at the macabre practice of anthropodermic bibliopegy, we now turn to a rather more 21st-century topic that will be music to the ears of vegan bibliophiles.

Overmatter: Bristol's binding blood lust

Overmatter is rather disturbed after learning about what must surely be the country’s most macabre printing artefact.

Overmatter: the running men

From tragedy, comes positivity. A team of four from Plastic Card Services are currently in training for the Wilmslow Half Marathon, running in aid of the Matthew Nicholls Trust.

Overmatter: toilet humour

With Christmas approaching fast, Overmatter is spending a considerable amount of time studying the backs of Christmas cards, and rolls of wrapping paper, for that all-important ‘Printed in UK’ detail.

Overmatter: political presents

Overmatter recently embraced the joys of the alternative Advent calendar scene, not least because the explosion in special interest Advent calendars (gin, rum, Pringles, pork scratchings, tea bags, pet treats, beauty products… and more) has resulted in additional print work for some lucky printers.

Overmatter: best foot first

As Overmatter observed in our previous issue, there are some very stylish folk out there in the printing industry.

Overmatter: tie fighters

Overmatter is very well aware that this industry scrubs up very nicely, very nicely indeed, and there is of course no better opportunity to show off a bit of finery than at the PrintWeek Awards.

Overmatter: ink in the limelight

Hold the front page, and diaries at the ready.

Overmatter: dunker’s delight

Well done to fellow PrintWeek Award winners Windles and Woodmansterne for reviving the age-old tradition of the print ‘wayzgoose’, with a day of fun and frolics at the new Windles site in Thame.

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