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Over the years, I have created a lot of educational tools, initially in the form of the handy bookmark.
Print – from large format A1, A0 posters, roller display banners and vinyl banners or signage for outside use, through to A5 flyers, bookmarks and mini booklets we can find a way. PRINT We also can help you design and optimise your graphics for use online, on social media profiles and posts… such as the […]
I’m occasionally asked for bunting for the classroom… So I’ve put together some customisable printable bunting. You can download from here, a Microsoft Publisher template (and/or a PDF) of these colourful bunting flags. It prints three letters on an A4 sheet – I suggest using card. You can print the full alphabet from the PDF, […]
OK, unless you print using a PCL driver for a Konica Minolta Biz Hub Pro 1100 or similar (geeky moment), this will mean nothing. But, for those that might… Occasionally you need to do something that you have not needed to do before… like, print a 6000-page document and separate it into units of 30. […]
A friend asked me if I could take the imprints off these very old photos. Yes is the answer. It’s not easy but with a little retouching, cloning and blending etc not a bad result. This was a relatively quick job for some small wall prints. I can produce higher quality work if images are needed […]
In this age of “instant print” and “word-processing” at home, printed material is often produced quickly and with little or misguided thought. I have 30 years experience of working in print and you can see some of my work here: Jules P Richards Flickr or read some testimonials here. It would seem that I enjoy, […]
Easily distracted by Science, Maths, Books, Geography, History… ?
Then you might like these designs I’ve produced on mugs and things…
After last month’s postcard project, a good friend approached me to create another postcard as a culmination of their community project in Wolverhampton. Residents of a couple of streets in Wolverhampton were invited to add a heart to a frame set out in the street, to say “thank you” to everyone who’s work and contribution […]
Last spring (2020) I took a lot of photos of nature in our garden and on walks. So we thought we’d celebrate this spring by sending a quick printed* message to some friends – A celebration of spring and all that this time of year freely gives us. #print* Alongside the sickness that the media […]