The Captain’s Log Volume I

After another busy week, here are some of the top things we got up to

In our new Captain's Log series, we'll be talking about some interesting projects we've worked on recently.

Here’s what we’ve been up to this week!

A big project we did was for The Imagination Tree. They had an exhibition space at the Toy Fair in Olympia London.

They had a shell scheme and wanted to stand out from the crowd. We made them graphics made from honeycomb which is a rigid cardboard and is 6mm thick.

The Imagination Tree Exhibition Space The Imagination Tree Exhibition Space

Our team used specially made manufactured clips which allowed them to attach the boards to the shell scheme.

By using this, a seamless finish was created across all of the panels.

Not only did the print allow the company to stand out, but they can also do their part for the environment and recycle all the boards once they are done.

We’ve made this extremely cute mug for a client who wanted to surprise their mum for their birthday. We designed it for them until they were happy before sending it to print.

We used our new Dye-Sub machine to make sure that the print went around the rim of the mug, and all around until the handle.

We can design anything that you would like or we can print your own design.

With Mother’s day only around the corner, it best to start thinking about these ideas now - nobody wants to be that child.

Custom outdoor PVC banners

We have had a large order of new banners for the bike courier company Pedal Me.

They have decided to rebrand their bikes and needed 64 - yes 64 banners for their new bikes.

We’ve printed them on 450gsm PVC banner material, and used scratch and water resistant latex ink.

These banners are eyeletted by hand, and we use a guide to make sure all the eyelets are evenly placed.

We can't wait to see these banners around London very soon!

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