Monthly Archives November 2018

Settling down with a book at Christmas is a special treat, so we’re taking a look at ten classic Christmas books that bring seasonal cheer. Could one of these books be in your Christmas stocking this year? 1. Jan Pieńkowski’s The First Christmas Nowhere is the original Christmas story more beautifully expressed than in British-Polish […]

Paper is such an important element in our lives, that it seems it has been around forever. Well… and that’s about right! The history of paper tells us the story of humanity. So, we’ve highlighted some important moments of this fundamental and lont-term relationship between men, paper and print! 35,000BC: The earliest examples of human […]

With the world’s attention suddenly focused on the need to reduce our use of single-use plastics, how can businesses switch to greener alternatives? When David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II first aired on the BBC, it raised huge public attention of an issue that has been concerning environmentalists for decades: the number of plastics finding their […]

It’s one of the most recognisable pieces of graphic design in the world, yet the man who created this iconic symbol played down his role in creating the symbol for decades. Gary Anderson was a twenty-three-year-old architecture graduate when he entered a competition run by the Container Corporation of America to design a graphical symbol […]