Having a flick through the awesome 'Big Book of Unruly' we printed recently for ad tech company Unruly. We produced 500 of the hard back books which were a celebration of the 10 years they've been distributing and tracking video ads across social media and the open web.
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.
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.
If you’re working in an environment that is grey, linear and well let’s face it dull, those who lead and manage the business may want to start paying more attention to their staff and work environment so they can optimise staff output and performance. Studies have revealed that those who work in a colourful, playful and stimulating workspace are more likely to unleash creativity allowing more innovative ideas to be generated.
Our ongoing relationship with B3 Designers architectural and interior design firm, specialising in the hospitality sector has made for a busy bindery in recent months whilst we’ve been hand-producing over 180 bespoke menu covers and bill holders for the rebrand of the Park Room at Grosvenor House
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.