Archive | June, 2013


Usable chairs made entirely out of paper

Design firm Molo turns stationary into furniture, lighting and room dividers. Molo a Vancouver-based design and production firm founded by Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen, creates furniture, lighting, and room dividers that are all made of paper. Molo’s products consist of a unique feature: honeycomb style creases that allow their products to expand up to a […]

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A Great Idea from CDL – Bespoke Fridge Magnets

Have you found yourself in the situation of needing a number quickly and not knowing where to look?  Need the number for the doctors, vets, school, taxi …… the list is endless. CDL have a great idea, why not get us to create you own fridge magnet which you can give to your customers and […]

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Challenge Vincent……….

When Vincent recently joined CDL he did not realise the challenges his new customers would give him. We live in the age when store security is all around us, when we walk through the door we often go past alarm pillars. Why not use them to advertise, turn an uninteresting but necessary store security system in […]

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Paper Sizes Explained

Everyone uses standard paper size terms, but do they understand what they mean and why? International Standard (ISO 216) specifies paper sizes in most countries in the world today with the exception of the USA and Canada which has its own sizing standard. A Series The A series is the industry standard for the international […]

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June's Fun Fact Quiz

June’s Fun Fact Quiz

  From Monday 10th June you are invited to enter our monthly ‘fun-fact’ competition. Just go to the Competition Entry page and complete the registration form……it’s as easy as that! And the fun-fact question is ….. What is the lowest number in the English language containing the letter A? Our winner will receive a portable charcoal BBQ, […]

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