Having bought the UK’s first EFI H1625 SuperDraw wide-format printer, Daniel Jepson, technical director at Manchester-based Plastic Formers has called it “the Holy Grail with its white ink, instant cure and laser proofs.” The company is using it to extend its offering, including printing onto thermo formable plastics.
Leach Impact is behind the new graphic lightboxes at Huddersfield Town Football Club’s John Smith’s Stadium reception area, where six displays - including three bespoke curved structures - have been designed, manufactured and installed, in partnership with integrated marketing agency Fantastic Media.
Mexico-based PSP Mori Digital 3D printed this headturning skeleton measuring 8.40m x 3.60m for the Mexican Festival of Light celebrations in Guadalajara. The skeleton will also feature at this year’s Festival del Día de los Muertos, taking place throughout Mexico from the 31 October
This year’s Antalis Interior Design Awards included this stunning wall graphic by Danish company Damgaard-Jensen for the new Strandings museum. Designers approached the company in the early stage of the building’s construction. Using Coala wallpaper the PSP provided story-telling wall decorations throughout the museum, adding lightning to sympathetic effect.
In a bid by the volunteer-run Telford Steam Railway to attract more paying visitors it fashioned its site into a Polar Express winter wonderland at the end of 2017, with Telford-based Western Signs and Printing having transformed an engine into The Polar Express and provided trackside graphics.
Working with OOH media client Limited Space, PressOn has delivered atrium banners, Orbit digital screen graphics and ceiling graphics for Paco Rabanne fragrances 1 Million and Lady Million across various locations.
Perspex Distribution played a key role in helping children’s TV programme The Dengineers build a den for Claire House Children’s Hospice in Liverpool.
Canadian artist Robert Ryan combines his skills, print knowledge and passion for the outdoors to create one-off images like his for professional and commercial establishments as well as for his own gallery.
Preston-based Palmer Publicity Services (PPS) was instrumental in the look of the 2017 Mobo Awards ceremony, its graphic designer having worked closely with Passion4Events to produce designs for various podiums and coffee table cubes.