Spending a week pretending to be a tourist in your hometown might seem a bit boring, but it’s not when Cornwall is your stomping ground.
Adding to its long list of beautifully reproduced editions, The Folio Society has brought Sophie’s World by Jostein Gaarder to life
It is where the industry started – painting letters and symbols by hand. Summer Brooks speaks to the artisans of traditional sign-writing and some new faces about why they love it
Warhol Women is a new interactive exhibition that uses a combination of print and digital technologies to bring the work to life
From its heyday in America during the ’50s and ’60s to its present day renaissance, it seems that neon has come full circle. Summer Brooks discovers why the world hasn’t fallen out of love with neon just yet
Dutch designer Iris van Herpen has pioneered the use of 3D printing technology in fashion design since the start of her career, and her latest collection continues to push the boundaries
Ricoh has partnered with Alzheimer’s Research UK to launch an innovative digital postcard tool to bring families closer together with personalised, printed images
A 36-hour print marathon at the Art Tank in Selfridges saw the minds behind The Human Printer create their latest large-scale artwork – by scaling back the printing process
Shakespeare & Co. rose to fame after becoming one of the only bookshops in America with an Espresso Book Machine that can print a title in the same time it takes to make an espresso
I spent four magical weeks travelling along the West Coast, stopping at Los Angeles, Monterey, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Vancouver.