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Colour of the Year 2016 – Marsala, PANTONE 18-1438

Pantone, an X-Rite company and the global colour authority, today announced PANTONE® 18-1438 Marsala, a naturally robust and earthy wine red, as the Color of the Year for 2016   While PANTONE 18-3224 Radiant Orchid, the captivating 2014 color of the year, encouraged creativity and innovation, Marsala enriches our mind, body and soul, exuding confidence […]

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Free Design – Have a Fresh New Look for 2016

Here at CDLsolutions we like to give our clients great customer service and FREE DESIGN, it’s not a gimmick.       We are offering you the chance to update those tired old Menus     Have new eye catching Posters Get your customers talking with a Table Talker   Making  everyone in your neighbourhood […]

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CDL Solutions 5 TOP TIPS on why you should use printed flyers

You have been given the task to promote your organisation, business, event….. The list is endless, where do you start. A great way to get your message out there and talked about is a flyer, they are informative and allow you to be as creative as you want, whilst maintaining your core identity. You will […]

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Santa’s nearly finished his summer holiday!

We now it seems like a long way off, but we are now on the countdown to Christmas. Yes that’s right, we are on the slippery slope to Christmas, with less than 3 month’s to go.  Why not stand out from the crown and think about your company cards, calendars and diaries in plenty of […]

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A recruitment poster of the stern-eyed Lord Kitchener has become a defining image of World War One. A clever illustrator's psychological trickery has spawned a thousand imitations, writes Adam Eley.

Kitchener: The most famous pointing finger Poster

It is perhaps history’s most famous pointing finger. The image of British war minister Lord Kitchener’s index finger unsettlingly aimed at the viewer remains immediately recognisable 100 years after its design. Still regularly copied in advertising, it has also served as a satirical motif in the media and inspired military recruitment campaigns across the globe. […]

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