I work in an industry in which I believe there are 3 C’s (amongst others) which will help you to stand out from the crowd, enjoy what you do whilst running a successful and profitable business.
Traditionally, any framed art or photography was the product of two different companies – the printer and the picture frame manufacturer. Two things changed this: The advent of digital print and the fashion for stretched canvases.
With Great Britain hosting the Rugby World Cup later this year, Twickenham Stadium, the home of English rugby will become the focal point for the world’s media and a mecca for rugby fans from around the globe. Being such a landmark on the sporting stage, Twickenham stadium is constantly looking for ways to maximise its presence and promote its significance as a historic sporting venue for international rugby.
Recorded in the Digital Academy we are delighted to launch the first in a series of d2b podcasts that discuss topics relevant to the Digital and Sign & Display industry.
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Based at our head office in Leicestershire, our digital academy is a hub of information for anyone interested in digital print both small and large format. It’s a unique facility equipped with the latest digital kit offering live demonstrations and real life application case studies to help inform and educate, whether you’re looking at investing in digital print or you are a digital printer looking to expand your business portfolio and maximise the potential of your machinery.
Contra Vision® BACKLITE™ provides spectacular backdrop for HONOUR- an event inspired by the memories of World War One
Contra Vision® BACKLITE™, supplied by Antalis UK provided the spectacular backdrop to HONOUR, an emotionally-charged outdoor event to mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War. The Contra Vision backdrop transformed one of the MediaCity buildings at Salford Quays, Manchester into a giant projection screen, becoming the focal point for the event which was inspired by WW1 poets and the memories of the men and women affected by the conflict.
Making an impact is something that comes naturally to global Wall Decoration manufacturers Graham and Brown, a company that has been specialising in the design and production of innovative wallpapers and wall art since it was established in 1946. But when planning its stand for this years’ Heimtextil exhibition in Frankfurt, Germany, Graham and Brown turned to Antalis to help execute one of the company’s most spectacular and sensational stands at the event.
When the motor-sport division of construction and refurbishment specialists Barley McNaughton were looking to rebrand its new race car trailer, brand and design experts Brilliant Media turned to Orajet, supplied by Antalis, to transform a plain, full-sized articulated lorry into one of the most talked-about transporters on the racing circuit.
For the full service cross media production company, the opportunity to start with a totally blank canvas gave the design and branding team at Brilliant Media the chance to put their flair for innovation and creativity in to action.
“Then came the bombshell,” explained Tony Kenton, Branding and marketing director at Brilliant Media. “Our client needed the lorry finished, roadworthy and ready to go in just two weeks as they were heading to Spa in Belgium for their next race!”
Ever wondered what to do with that spare piece of blank white washed office brick or breeze block wall that keeps staring out at you?
Such a dilemma faced the team at Escape2 The Sands Apartments when they moved into their brand new booking office premises on the North Bay, Scarborough.