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Iconic art style of GTA returns to new posters

If you're one of the millions of people excited about the upcoming release of Grand Theft Auto V (GTAV), then you may be in for a treat - that is, if you've committed to purchasing it already. This week, Rockstar Games - the makers of the multi-award-winning series of games - have announced a bundle pack for pre-orders that includes flight access to an in-game blimp, as well as a double-sided poster featuri ...

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Festival Fringe poster winner elated with prize

A visually-stunning image created by a talented Scottish teenager will be part of a major exhibition at the Museum of Childhood over the next few months, after it was selected for an honour. Molly Williamson animated a picture of a woman holding an umbrella to win the Glasgow and Clyde Valley leg of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society's Schools Poster Competition. Fringe judges wanted students to encapsul ...

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Migrant worker myths ‘quashed’ in new leaflet

A number of trade councils in Cambridgeshire have joined forces in a concerted effort to distribute 20,000 leaflets in a campaign that will attempt to dispel "dangerous myths" about the impact of migrant workers in the UK. The Cambridge Trades Union Council (TUC) announced to Cambridge News that it was beginning to distribute flyers as a response to hearing a number of theories on how immigration is hurting ...

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New pamphlet’s take on a better world: more humour

The world will be a much better place to live in if people stop taking themselves so seriously. This is according to a new pamphlet released online by a writer and musician from Milwaukee, who believes that people should stop taking themselves so seriously. Adam Krause, a man who leads a double life as the drummer with Group of the Altos as well as a career in carpentry, produced "The Revolution Will Be Hil ...

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Former soap star’s PETA poster makes waves – as does the unveiling

It wouldn't be in the interests of the average British tabloid to promote a poster to support the efforts of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), but when it happens to be the newly-crowned FHM Sexiest Woman of the Year - with no clothes on, nonetheless - then it's the scoop they know and love. The fact that Helen Flanagan, the former Coronation Street star in question, turned up wearing a ba ...

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Is it really possible to print pizza? NASA certainly thinks so

While it wasn't long before the 3D printing craze took a trip down the wrong road to produce the first guns, more exciting and creative applications for the technology have been leaked and, recently, the most amazing one yet has been announced by a scientific powerhouse in the US. NASA has announced that it is to apply the process to printed pizza, and has even thrown a grant of $125,000 (£82,500) to Anjan ...

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Leaflet designed to undermine UKIP in local elections

The resurgence of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) has come as no surprise to many, as the lines between parties and their traditional allegiances on the political spectrum have become blurred with recent decisions regarding Europe, gay equality and tax. However, rivals of UKIP continue to chip away at what they see to be a party fighting for more extreme voters, and a new leaflet has emerged that does just ...

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The World’s End hits print with new poster campaign

The third instalment of the long-awaited so-called "Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy" of Edgar Wright films is soon to hit British cinemas, and the director has gladly shared his artwork to get the public excited about his latest project. The World's End, which features British comedy duo Simon Pegg and Nick Frost - and completes a trio of films preceded by 2004's Shaun of the Dead and 2007's Hot Fuzz - chro ...

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Business cards 101: making your mark

Business cards, as we all know, are remarkably important in many people's line of work. Whether it's a travelling salesperson actively working, a corporate representative visiting a conference or simply just an individual who wants to keep in touch with someone they meet by chance, a business card can often act as a lifeline - and it's important that you get yours right. This week, online magazine Entrepren ...

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E-card site censors shortened name

The automatic nature of online censoring hit a blip last week, after a woman in the UK attempted to send a greeting card to a friend only to be told that his name was considered too rude to be used on the website. Ruby Levy was attempting to send an e-card celebrating the 90th birthday of an old friend named Richard, and thought nothing of using his shortened name - "Dick" - alongside a message reading "Man ...

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