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Overmatter: mlutipel ytpos

Overmatter is grateful to Douglas Connor for alerting us to a whole new way of describing a print-based blooper.

Overmatter: Moan management

Overmatter’s tea was on the screen after happening upon a hilarious LinkedIn post from Rapidity managing director Paul Manning, who’s recruiting a new production manager for the firm’s recently-acquired facility in Sidcup.

Overmatter: overboard

Overmatter has heard about a few printing industry folk performing heroics over the years in order to extricate clients from sticky spots.

Overmatter: cool off!

It’s been really quite warm for more than a few days, people were wilting at Wimbledon, and there’s a hosepipe ban in some areas of the country.

Overmatter: Nevermind the size...

We’ve had our fair share of size-related bloopers over the years here at PrintWeek, and we know how easy it is for those devilish units of measurement to occasional cause confusion or embarrassing mix-ups.

Overmatter: Face case

Holiday season is upon us, and for the serious print fanatic there’s a new must-have summer accessory: the personalised suitcase cover.

Overmatter: island life

Overmatter has been informed that quite a few people are apparently glued to the telly at the moment, gripped by the goings-on at a place called Love Island, where one of the industry’s very own (well sort of) can be found cavorting among the bodies beautiful.

Overmatter: On-site insight from Insite

Overmatter bumped into this cool dude at the recent Fespa expo, where Insite Graphics celebrated more than a decade of on-site stand exhibition graphics production.

Overmatter: Vote dummy!

The recent local elections have, of course, resulted in some new printing bloopers hitting the headlines.

Overmatter: Ossas?

It’s not every day that a typo will end up getting nearly 50,000 ‘likes’ on Twitter, but that’s exactly what happened when online fashion behemoth ASOS fessed up to a blooper on a batch of its bags, on which a transposition resulted in the word ‘online’ being printed as ‘onilne’.

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