A sharing of eco-credentials make our neighbours The Eden Project and St Austell Printing Company a perfect fit.
We’re really proud of this very special project we recently completed for Doherty Porcelain. The 128-page book, titled ‘Living Space’, celebrates 10 years from the time acclaimed potter Jack Doherty arrived in St Ives in 2008 and coincides with an exhibition at the New Craftsman Gallery.
Frugi are a real Cornish success story – from humble beginnings they are now recognised around the world for their exceptional organic clothing; from new-born babies to girls and boys up to 10 years and women’s breastfeeding wear for mums.
This design really is something out of the ordinary. Featuring foiling, spot UV, translucent stocks, a fifth pantone colour, soft-touch lamination, a mixture of coated and uncoated stocks – and a hard deadline.
We’re very proud with our association with Falmouth University, so when we were given the chance to print their new student magazine “The Fuse”, we jumped at the opportunity as it gave us a chance to prove the quality and versatility of our latest Ryobi press and it’s LED-UV drying technology.
Offering both a lithographic and a digital options offers the best of both worlds. Both offer exceptional quality, but for short-run jobs digital offers an additional level of flexibility without any compromises. When we were asked to produce a short-run children’s book, we were able to offer the perfect solution.