Monthly Archives: November 2012

John Taylor Calendar Project Using A3 210g Double Sided Matt Photo Paper

Customer project today features the work of John Taylor of John A Taylor Photography. Based in Yorkshire, John is a semi professional photographer specialising in landscape photography in the UK and abroad using digital SLR equipment. Using his wonderful images … Continue reading

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Jo Starkey Children Art Transfer Paper Project

Customer project spotlight this week features the work of Jo Starkey from hippopotamart. Jo is a Sussex based artist that has been creating children art in the form of silk paintings for many years. Getting plenty of inspiration from the … Continue reading

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Helen Riches Garden Design Sticker Paper Project

Customer spotlight this week features the work of Helen Riches garden design and writing. This project demonstrates how sticker paper is used in conjunction with other creative media to create concept plans used to illustrate garden design. Helen create large … Continue reading

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Bullrush Art Transfer Paper Designs

Customer project spotlight today features the work of Anna Woodman from personalised gift makers Bullrush Art. Anna creates hand drawn designs using fine pens, coloured pencils and a magnifying lamp. The designs are then made into pictures, cards bookmarks, bunting, … Continue reading

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Afro Fight Apparel Work

Customer project spotlight this week features the work of Afro Fight Apparel a new UK brand of affordable clothing featuring clean designs. Using the Photo Paper Direct light transfer paper, the people behind Afro Fight Apparel are able to create … Continue reading

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How To Waterproof Your Prints

Not a day goes by without us hearing the question, ‘how can I waterproof my print work’ for better longevity, in particular when it comes into contact with the elements. When prints are made waterproof (thereby making the ink less … Continue reading

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