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3D printing: from hands to houses

When 3D printers first emerged in the late 80s/early 90s, the possibilities were endless. Our thoughts turned to printing cutlery, tools and even prosthetics.

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Thinking differently about luxury packaging

When we think luxury packaging, we all remember that one scene in Richard Curtis’s Christmas RomCom, Love Actually.

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First look: UEFA revitalises Europa League branding

The Union of European Football Associations, also known as UEFA, has launched a raft of new branding materials as it attempts to revitalise its Europa League competition. Image: UEFA UEFA itself has described the rebrand – albeit bravely – as an “edgier identity”. The branding features strong shades of orange, black and white, with elements […]

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How does digital printing work?

Digital printing is, by all means, the future of brand communications. The quality of print is unmatched, while print jobs can be turned around in a matter of hours. In this blog, we’ll explain the ins and outs of printing a great quality digital image. Format Digital printing starts with the format. Files which need […]

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Exhibiting this summer? Here’s some bright ideas that will get people talking (and buying)

Let’s get your exhibition stand out there this summer. Whether it’s a stall at a summer fare, a food cart at a festival or a pop-up on your local high street, now’s a great time to start thinking about how you can push the boat out.

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‘it’s all in the detail’ – a new era of presentation boxes

Design has an impact we simply can’t ignore. A well-thought design may have been the reason why your eyes were drawn to that specific advert, or why you decided to pick up that brochure out of the many hundreds on offer. It really is ‘all in the detail’. So how can we use great design […]

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What does your brand say about you?

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home has revealed that it is reinventing itself as it no longer feels that it has the right connection with the brand. It unveiled itself as ‘Battersea’, dropping the ‘Dogs and Cats’ (hopefully not literally), as well as the ‘Home’. The brains behind the rebrand argued that ‘Dogs and Cats’ exclusively […]

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