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New year – New opportunities

We both hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and a cracking start to the New Year, we have kicked off January with more work and exciting opportunities – David is freelancing at design agencies and Helen is scheduled to be jetting off around Europe and the Middle East for client projects in the coming months.

Our online shop is still offering 25% off all limited edition prints until the end of January. Check out our images at the Notworkrelated Shop.

We have also collectively been asked to be judges in an online competition in conjunction with The Printspace which we are very excited about. More to come on that once we start the judging process. How exciting.

This morning we had a lovely delivery from Glasgow Press which contained our new look business cards. New colour, new classic typeface (Gill Sans), letterpressed, white ink and GF Smith paper stock all combine to create these little beauties. Looking forward to handing some of these out. Thanks to Glasgow Press for the great service. *UPDATE – here is a nice article about the new business card packaging from Glasgow Press…*

  • Colorplan Ice White 270gsm / Colorplan Turquoise 270gsm = Duplex of 540gsm.
  • Side 1. White Foil, Turquoise Colorplan 270gsm.
  • Side 2. Pantone to match the Turquoise Colorplan, letterpressed text on Colorplan Ice White 270gsm.


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