We're working with more and more creative agencies in helping them dress rooms for the perfect pitch presentation where agency and client personnel will sit.Read More
It’s been a shaky start to Summer, it’s been chucking down with rain for most part of the week, but today, Londoners’ faith is reinstated as we see glimmers of sunshine and blue skies across London. Not that it’s such a bad thing, having to find shelter indoors, with there never short of a thing to do in London. Potter fans especially have something to be excited about as the ‘House of MinaLima’ has opened its doors in the centre of London’s West End.Read More
We've reached the end of another cracking Clerkenwell Design Week. To mark the final day, our subsidiary the LockerBox Company launch the new CLUTTERBOX.
Following on from the highly successfully fully recyclable LOCKERBOX one, the CLUTTERBOX is a more compact unit that is made from a robust foamed PVC board with a smooth matt finish. It is rigid and durable whilst still being lightweight. The CLUTTERBOX is available in a selection of colours and can be either branded with your company logo or fully printed with your own design.Read More
ZSL London Zoo opened the spectacular Land of the Lions exhibit to the public on Easter Friday. The Queen and Prince Philip officially unveiled the Asiatic lion enclosure earlier in the week and we were lucky to be invited to a supplier's preview before doors were opened to the public.Read More
In the last couple of months we’ve been busy putting together our brand new brochure for 2016, due to come off the press in just two weeks - we’re very excited.Read More
Earlier in the year, we completed the print and installation of Graphic Displays for Brent Museum’s new permanent gallery ‘The History of Brent’, in Willesden Green. Working alongside Objectives, specialists in interpretive 3D and graphic design for museums, we produced an incredible interactive display to tell the story of Brent dating back to the 19th Century.Read More
This month, MJ's Director Danny Bianchet sat around the table with creatives from London's communication and branding agencies, and other print service providers to discuss how wide format print could be more fully harnessed as an innovative medium within mainstream communication projects and for less well established - indeed absolutely new - areas of design.Read More
News of the week is that Dunham Massey has been shortlisted for the 2015 Museum of the Year. The prestigious Art Fund Prize will be awarded on 1 July, identifying the finest museum in the UK.....Take a walk through the exhibition and our printed signage and display graphics will lead you across seven set rooms filled with several hundred artefacts from Dunham’s archives, as well as items that we helped reproduceRead More
Clerkenwell Design Week ends today which means it's the last day for you to come and visit Agora on the Green - an installation currently lying in the centre of Clerkenwell Green, a forgotten square historically famous for political rally and assembly.Read More
Flexible working environments and hot-desking are increasingly becoming popular in London, and thriving entrepreneurial working cities alike – some might even say they’re on trend. Previously only common at blue chip organisations, for the many consultants and sales reps on the road, the concept is now being adopted by smaller organisations seeking to not only reduce the ever expanding costs for office space, but to encourage collaboration, and provide employees with more flexible working opportunities.
Some exciting news this month was seeing our three page feature ‘The Collaborators’ published in Think Bigger magazine, celebrating the print and display work we carried out in collaboration with Outside Studios and Pat O’Leary Environmental Graphics for the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre in Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire.
‘Think Bigger’ is a campaign geared towards the creative industry to help them 'think bigger' - by considering whether wide format digital print can help devise solutions that are new, original and innovative and, seeks to encourage greater communication between creatives and print companies.Read More