29 May 2020

Pixartprinting reveals heritage of European cities with London Floors

London Floors - St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel

Pixartprinting has revealed more of the fascinating multicultural heritage of Europe's major capitals with London Floors.

Signwright (UK) finishes on time with support from William Smith

There were 27 separate elements to the project, the largest of which were the back wall panels.

Support and advice from William Smith’s technical sales team enabled Signwright (UK) to secure and complete on time a prestigious contract for Beverley Race Course.

blowUP media announces new package of key sites in London

The Great Eastern includes four high impact Giant Poster sites including Arnold House, a new addition to the blowUP media portfolio, and will allow advertisers to target the area’s creative, tech and fintech audience at work and play.

blowUP media UK is launching a new package of key sites in the heart of London’s Tech City and vibrant Shoreditch area - The Great Eastern.

Spin Print teams with Barnsley FC to help fans re-live playoff glory

Spin Print’s Dan Brook and his specially designed wallpaper in BFC’s new exec boxes

Spin Print, the Barnsley-based print specialist, has teamed up with Barnsley Football Club to help fans re-live one of the club’s most memorable moments.

Digital printing on wall & floor coverings presents new creative opportunities

Printed floor and wall coverings are rapidly increasing in popularity, boosted by the ability for today’s ink-jet technologies and media which can handle UV-curable, solvent-based, and latex ink formulations for true colour reproduction.

Paul Reeve, Managing Director at Structure-flex, talks about how digital printing on wall and floor coverings is offering companies new creative opportunities.

Inca Digital technology helps emerging artist bring Ice Cream Man to life

The pair of sculptures — which were sold to a collector at the end of the show — started out as hip hop video stills which Elliot captured, printed and moulded as a skin around 3D objects.

The versatility of Inca’s inkjet technology was on show at this year’s Royal Academy Schools Show in the shape of student Elliot Dodd’s striking exhibits, Ice Cream Man (Grabber) and Ice Cream Man (Daytona).