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The Oxford Museum of Natural History received nearly 100 proposals from artists asked to create contemporary art to coincide with the museum’s temporary exhibition entitled “Settlers: Genetics, geography and the peopling of Britain” 

The continuous growth of e-commerce offers interesting opportunities for those who operate in the web-to-print world. "We are in a favorable situation from an economic and cultural perspective for those who, like us, offer online professional services, but we need to remember that the growing popularity of online shopping is not the only requirement for successful growth. The market is filling up with competitors and the battle cannot be won only with promotions and low-cost offers", says Vincenzo Cirimele - CEO of PressUP, a leading online printing company in Italy. This is also the premise for the announcement of PressUP’s new strategy for the next three years: "We intend to achieve the growth objectives that we have set for ourselves by providing holistic solution based on the client-oriented philosophy that distinguishes our business focus", explains Cirimele. "The fusion of the traditional online product catalogs implies a simpler offer, in order to grow we need to differentiate ourselves from the rest". Selling online implies an impersonality in the relationship with the customer but PressUP overcomes it in a prominent way thanks to the unique customer service they offer through their Customer Care and the special management of requests that go beyond what is offered in the catalog.

Italian printing company Screen System invested in a Jeti Mira LED flatbed printer. It enabled the company to diversify its product range, while they could also increase efficiency throughout their entire print production.

British Canoeing has announced that Leach has been appointed as the ‘Official Venue Dressing Sponsor’ for the 2019 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup and 2020 ECA Canoe Slalom European Championships.

Strickland House, home of the Telford After Care Team (TACT), is always buzzing - even more so now the organisation has expanded with a printing service, using equipment from Roland DG.

Onlineshopz gets all its Mimaki printers from TTS and Dimix. Since 2015, TTS delivered about four Mimaki direct-to-textile printers and two Monti Antonio calenders. Dimix supplied the UV and solvent printers. And just recently, the company invested in the revolutionary Mimaki Tx300P-1800 direct-to-textile printer.

A project promoting the latest superhero blockbuster Aquaman in Canada was turned around in just a few days, using specialist graphics media from Drytac.

Lucy McKillop, Clear Channel’s Head of Brand Marketing, talks through the success of street photography competition MyTown, changes she’s seen occurring across the industry, and how she knows the humble poster will live forever.

Vinehall Displays has got into the Christmas spirit with a festive advertising project for Coca-Cola, transforming a retail kiosk into a yuletide grotto. The displays were printed on Roland DG SOLJET Pro 3 and Pro 4 high-production wide-format printers.

International Airlines Group is one of the world's largest airline groups incorporating leading airlines in the UK, Ireland and Spain, notably, British Airways, Aer Lingus and Iberia.

Litmus Mockups hasn't stopped progressing since it was founded four years ago, and hit the accelerator in 2016 with the installation of a Roland DG VersaUV LEC-540 reducing turnaround times from days to hours. The Yorkshire company has now picked up the pace further, installing another VersaUV LEC-540 in July 2018.

The UK’s leading pub, cider and beer company, Heineken, counts some of the most iconic drinks brands amongst its portfolio including Strongbow, Bulmers, Foster's, Kronenbourg 1664 and Desperados.

Critics of 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, have long cited the technology’s reliance on plastic filament as the primary print material, and it would seem that - with the global focus on reducing plastic wastage – they have a point.

Harrods recently employed PressOn to print a series of enormous hoarding graphics, in the style of a huge bank vault. In collaboration with 3D installations company 3D Eye, PressOn helped to create some of the most eye-catching and visually impressive site hoardings they’ve ever worked on.

Digital Design, LLC, the parent company to Largeprinting.com was formed in 2000 to offer large format graphics to legal and advertising industries. Over time, the company successfully expanded into engineering, marketing, retail and municipal government vertical markets.

Window graphics can make a big impact for retailers, offices, cafes and plenty of other organisations. The right design, installed correctly using specialised materials, can make a bold and vibrant statement on both external windows and inside a building. Alternatively, window graphics can be used to provide privacy or to change the light within a space. It’s a thriving market for graphics companies and designers.

Micheal Hawes spent 18 years in the education sector but this summer turned the tables to receive training himself, in digital printing and vehicle wrapping. The result is Devil is in the Detail, a brand-new vehicle wrap and signage business running a Roland DG TrueVIS VG-640 printer/cutter.

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