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The 3 R’s: Reuse, Recycle & Rio

Wednesday 07th September 2016 | Tagged as: Olympics, sustainable packaging, Rianna Julian, Recycling

Author: Rianna Julian

Brazil has had to deal with a lot of negative press surrounding it being able to successfully deliver the Olympic and Paralympic games this year. With the Olympics now over and the Paralympics just about to commence, whatever you think about the games’ organisation overall, they do appear to have been especially successful in the area of sustainability.

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Packaging to excess

Wednesday 31st August 2016 | Tagged as: Packaging, Cerys Traylor, online retail

Author: Cerys Traylor

The online retail bubble is far from being burst, with eCommerce being the fastest growing retail market in Europe, and us Brits projected to spend over 60 billion by the time Santa has come down the chimney this year.

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Paper v digital advertising

Wednesday 24th August 2016 | Tagged as: Advertising, Digital, Paper

Author: Lucy O'Dea

Working in the communications industry, we all acknowledge the benefits of online media and the opportunities it offers for the distribution and dissemination of information. However, it can be frustrating when all the attention turns to digital to the detriment of paper-based communication.

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Cards vs social media

Wednesday 10th August 2016 | Tagged as: social media, Print, Lucy Williams, Cards

Author: Lucy Williams

Ok, I admit it. The world of social media is incredible. It has opened up possibilities many of us could have only dreamed of, however, even this now ubiquitous method of communications does have its pitfalls.

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How paper could be impacting your artistic practice

Thursday 04th August 2016 | Tagged as: Louise Lazell, Paper

Author: Louise Lazell

When looking at a drawing, painting or photograph, how often do you think to yourself: ‘I wonder what sort of paper they used for that?’ Not very often, I imagine. While studying for a Fine Art degree at university, it took me until my third year to actually consider how the paper I was using to draw on was impacting the final look and feel of my work.

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