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The art of print with a personal touch

Vsitors to any London art gallery towards the end of last year would have been able to enjoy a diverse collection of works from some of the worlds finest artists. However, there is one artist whose efforts went largely unnoticed despite the ubiquity of his own artistic endeavours throughout the capitals gallery scene.

A print business without frontiers

  • Monday, March 26, 2007
Goodman Baylis refuses to be defined by traditional market structures and, with the launch of GB Magazines, it is making sure it maintains plenty of strings to its bow.

Proofs that have the cover wrapped

Ahead of a book going to print, it is common practice for a publisher to run off a limited number of proofs - commonly referred to in the trade as 'blads' - in order to stimulate the interest of buyers at Waterstone's and the other major booksellers.

Eastern moves answer a cry for help

  • Friday, December 28, 2007
Four Graphics is looking 5,500km east for its future. The Bermondsey-based wide-format graphics firm has set up an operation in Dubai after finding that the Middle East is crying out for its brand of high-quality production and service and it believes that gives it a great USP.

Q&A: Michael Mortimer, account executive, RR Donnelley

  • Monday, December 8, 2014
Michael is a whippersnapper at 25 years old, yet despite that he’s close to notching up a decade in print. He’s also been on the road, moving from Bath to London via Devon to further his career. He started off at Avon Printing Services in Melksham and then moved on to Kingfisher Print in Totnes before taking the opportunity to come to the capital with RR Donnelley.

60-seconds with: Perton Signs

  • Monday, April 14, 2014
Perton Signs is celebrating 150 years of continuous trading this year. The company has seen entire eras come and go, but what really matters to event organisers today, says director Andrew Kennedy, is how Perton delivered on their last exhibition or conference.

PrintPack 2011 will have 450 stalls

N S Manku talks to Ramu Ramanathan about Indian manufacturers, China and print optimism, as IPAMA gears up for the tenth edition of PrintPack India in January 2011

Buyers share their print perspectives

  • Friday, August 30, 2013
You don't often get a group of print buyers from a range of disciplines together in the same room, but that's exactly what happened after the judging session for the PrintWeek Awards quality categories last month.

Public sector specialist takes top jobs

  • Thursday, July 10, 2008
The day Printing World spoke to SPM Print it had just launched a brand new division, having finished a department refurbishment the day before, and was off to Drupa for a major sales splurge on both kit and software. During the past year, the London-based firm has also gained a host of accreditations and built up a prestigious client base that would be the envy of many small to medium-sized enterprises. But it is SPM's host of government contracts that make it a particularly strong SME, and give it determination to go all out in a fight for work against the bigger boys in print.

Prosper is Kodak's iPhone moment

  • Friday, October 8, 2010
Philip Faraci, the president and chief operating officer at Eastman Kodak talks to Ramu Ramanathan about digital print in the 21st century and his company's investment policies.

Fred Poonawala: True marquee of achievement

  • Tuesday, September 21, 2010
On 26 August, Comart Lithographers bagged the PrintWeek India Pre-Press Company of the Year. Poonawala speaks to Samir Lukka on what makes Comart the best pre-press house in India.

60 seconds with Sticky Labels

  • Monday, February 19, 2018
Vine Lodge Products (which trades as Sticky Labels) was set up in 1973 by the father of current managing director Gideon Hall. “He started from our garage with a Tickopress machine.

60 seconds with Brio Design & Print Management

  • Monday, October 13, 2014
Managing director Tim Vernon began Brio after winning a contract to design, print and distribute a trade magazine for the direct selling Industry, which resulted in something of a specialism in the requirements of that sector.

60-seconds with: Pepper Communications

  • Monday, March 10, 2014
Pepper was set up 31 years ago by Steve Whitford, father of current managing director Jude Whitford, who runs the firm with his two brothers. From a single press in a council starter unit, Pepper has grown into a £5m turnover below-the-line marketing support services specialist.

Geography proves no issue for OMG

  • Wednesday, March 19, 2008
If asked to place Orkney on a map of Britain, most of us would stare blankly for a while before incorrectly placing it somewhere halfway to Iceland.

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