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MIT scientist unveils “4D” printing at TED conference

3D printers are taking the world by storm at the moment, so it seems - while it's not exactly a replacement to 2D standards, it at least highlights that the most creative approaches in printing are the best way to capture an audience. However, in textbook fashion, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has once again proved that its scientists are one step ahead of the curve with the unveiling of i ...

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Last day to get your half price flyers, leaflets and business cards!

Today is the last day all of our flyers, leaflets and business cards are half price. Browse through our library of thousands of designs and personalise with your details and photos, or upload your own file. Don't miss out, place your order today! ...

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Town asks community to push themselves in printed events initiative

A number of organisations are being asked by their local council to throw their hats into the ring and highlight the many reasons why people should visit their town on the north-east coast of England. The Morpeth Herald revealed that it was putting together a number of important documents - particularly leaflets - to showcase everything that the town has to offer during the course of 2013. Organised primari ...

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Comic books: a print job defying the downturn?

You only have to look at cinema listings over the last few years to understand just how important comic books have been to the silver screen. In the last three years alone, we've had The Dark Knight Rises, Avengers Assemble, Thor, Iron Man 2 (with 3 on its way), Captain America, Dredd and Kick-Ass - among countless more. It's not just the licensing deals that are doing well, though. According to the latest ...

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Historic cathedral targets lovebirds with print campaign

The historic Arbroath Abbey is being re-launched as one of the best places for couples north of the border to tie the knot, with a focused leaflet campaign now highlighting the stunning location in the local area and beyond. In 2012, Historic Scotland - the abbey's custodians - stated that weddings would no longer be taking place at the landmark, claiming that demand was way too low. However, a period of su ...

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Ben Kingsley goes to print ahead of Iron Man 3 release

As one of Britain's most flexible actors, Ben Kingsley has played a remarkable number of roles for the silver screen, from Indian nationalist pacifist Mohandas Gandhi to the frankly psychotic sociopath Don Logan of Sexy Beast fame. Fitting more into the latter dark role in his newest film, Kingsley is now in print, and on a billboard near you, for his role in the latest comic book flick. Sitting in a chair ...

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3D printing pen takes design community by storm

Printing is breaking new boundaries every day, and with the latest 3D printing techniques comes a much cheaper option for those with a little creativity and a desire to create clever models with just a pen in their hand. The 3Doodler, which contains a mains-powered electric heater to melt plastic that cools as it leaves the end of the pen, acts more like a cake-icing device than a printer, though has become ...

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Pixar turns up the printed media for Monsters University

One of the most anticipated films of the year is soon to hit UK cinemas, and already the buzz online is getting ferocious. This has undoubtedly been stirred up by the posters that are now being rolled out up and down the country, which play upon the movie franchise's well-known simple approach to promoting the probably blockbuster. Monsters University, which goes to general release on July 12th in Britain, ...

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Branded stationery – which options do you overlook?

If you're keen to expand your line of branded stationery that can further your company's message, ethos or even just the name itself, then remember that times are changing. While a lot of the classic options are still great for potential customers - pens, pencils and mug coasters, for example - the evolving way that people now interact is defining the accessories that people are more likely to use - and enj ...

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Business cards: think outside the box with a design

One of the most popular traditionally-printed items is the business card. As a staple of wallets, desks and meetings, it's the one way you can guarantee that you reach out to people who are interested in what you can offer. Nonetheless, you still have to stand out; there's no point in producing something simple if you want to separate yourself from the crowd. This was proved in a recent piece for AGBeat, wh ...

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