15 Dec 2018
LifeArt wants customers to celebrate loved ones with a more personal goodbye. Online design offers the digital privacy they need in the mourning process.

Personalisation to die for

Personalised, green caskets humanise the grieving process

It’s a fact of life that we - and the ones we love - will eventually pass on, but that doesn’t mean we can’t find new ways to celebrate our legacies and the unique qualities that made them so special.

At Drytac we have several certified product ranges. One of our most popular brands, SpotOn, has achieved a Class B1 Fire Rating to the DIN 4102-1 standard.

Drytac blog: Safety comes first with graphics

Safety should be at the forefront of everyone's minds when creating a public space, with the choice of building materials, exit routes, sprinklers and alarms top priorities. But the safety of graphic materials should also be considered when planning campaigns in public buildings including hospitals, schools, transport hubs and retail environments.

Being an oddity in print is what’s keeping us on our toes.

“Being an oddity in print is what’s keeping us on our toes”

By Johan Bonner, General Manager at Squid (https://squid-belgium.be/en/) It’s no secret that Squid does things a little differently when it comes to marrying the world of print and interior design.

Grab your customers' attention with eye-catching floor graphics.

Drytac grab attention with eye-catching floor graphics

Many of us use our phones while out shopping: researching products, comparing prices, downloading coupons, taking photos of items to think about later, looking at a shopping list or simply checking the time. So, with so many shoppers looking down at their phones, retailers need to find new ways to grab their attention.

Chris Green, Head of Channel Visual Communications for Antalis, is urging commercial printers and signmakers who aren’t already doing so to add window signage to their proposition amid a recent spike in demand.

Antalis advises on a ‘Fast Growing Window of Opportunity’

It was in 1909 that the Selfridge’s department store on London’s Oxford Street first opened its doors; and with it, the art of window dressing was introduced to England. Featuring the longest window facade ever seen in Britain, the store achieved instant fame with over 150,000 people visiting the premises by 6.30pm that day – a testament to the power of visual merchandising.

Design world love the concept of structured wallpaper.

Design world love the concept of structured wallpaper

Phew, that was a long but very constructive four days at 100% Design. We have all come away from the show feeling really positive thanks to the reaction we had to our Dimense wallpaper samples.