Image Restoration"Mrs Ayres presented us with a challenge of these badly fox marked drawings which have a great sentimental value to her, using our skill, patience and numerous cups of tea we achieved the results and completed the challenge to Mrs Ayres delight."
Kevicc Print Day 2018
Once a year, at the request of Course Lecturer, Marcus Davies, and Course Leader, Bruce Timson, we visit King Edward VI Community College, or KEVICC, as it is popularly known, and spends the day producing prints for the students of the Totnes Art & Design Foundation course. The prints are for the course Summer Show exhibition.
Exeter School of Art
The first school of art in Exeter was founded in 1854 and lived through several incarnations before merging with Polytechnic South West in 1988. Polytechnic South West became the University of Plymouth in 1992 and by 2000 had begun to move its provision to its main campus where as the Faculty of Art and Design, it lives on in the heart of the city of Plymouth.
Glastonbury-based Somerset Rural Life Museum
Glastonbury-based Somerset Rural Life Museum recently turned to the expertise of Fujifilm to help fulfill its brief of a major new commemorative exhibition.
Mole Valley Farmers
The Design Studio of Mole Valley Farmers had a requirement for a large format printer to give them total control of their product artwork presentation boards.
Coombeshead Academy has invested in an Epson Surecolor SC-T5000 printer for large format digital printing within the school.See the case study
StormpressExeter based Stormpress, a print production and design service supplier with customers throughout the UK, recently approached us to discuss the replacement of their existing large format printer. Their brief was to source a machine with the versatility to create bespoke, fine art and photographic prints alongside high volume, fast turnaround poster reproduction.
"We wanted to be able to offer the best print quality possible, and this is what the SureColor SC-P9000 delivers."
Digital Print Specialist See the case study
James Ravilious Archive
Some of you may already be aware of the wonderful project in which we are involved with Beaford Arts in making selected examples of the famed James Ravilious archive available for the public to buy.
It proved a real labour of love for us, who all knew James well, to help bring his study of life in Devon to a wider audience. Scanning his original negatives and trying not to drool over the contact sheets that told us the stories surrounding his well loved and iconic images.
The scanning portion of our part in the project took us nine months to complete, with three of us rotating the task. We benefited greatly, of course, in having access to Alan Winn who spent some time printing for James and gave us unique insight into how to prepare the files just as the great man himself would want them.