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The East Frame

Posted by Jo on 2 October 2017

The East Frame TitleAs New Zealand's leading printer of fence wrap, what an ideal project it was to produce these artworks for displaying in the community. The designs were produced by the very creative students from two schools in The East Frame, a project being run by Ōtākaro as part of the recovery plan. Read more to see what it is all about.

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Innovation Open Day

Posted by Scott on 6 September 2017

IMG OpenDay1We are excited to announce on Thursday 21st September we are having a 'Pizza The Action' Innovation Open Day 2017. We'd love you to come and check out the latest technology and product trends. We will be hosting seminars through the day and will have coffee and pizza to keep you well fuelled.

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Splash Back Magic

Posted by Stacey on 14 August 2017

IMG AJCreativeAHere we feature some projects we have worked on with AJ Creative Glass. Over the years they have perfected a system that produces a very robust product. Combining their wealth of knowledge and experience, with our quality printing and attention to detail, every image is presented beautifully behind the clean polished glass. There literally is no limitation on what image you can use, it's all up to your imagination.

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Hidden On Show

Posted by Jono on 22 May 2017

Title imageSalmond Reed Architects Ltd approached us with an idea inspired by many European heritage sites to produce printed scrim as a photograph to cover the iconic Otago University Clock Tower, so that much needed stone conservation could continue behind on the scaffold, rather than dismantling the scaffold at great cost to the University for the mid-May Graduands’ Ceremony.

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Dressing Up The Aisles

Posted by Jo on 22 May 2017

Dressing aisles titleWe all love a project that goes like clockwork. Sometimes simplicity really is the key. We were asked to come up with a simple system that could be easily used by a number of stores throughout the country. Fortunately we have a large diversity of products and manufacturing capability, so coming up with the right system was well within our means. Creative thinking, happy customer - sweet as.

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Our New Digital Cutter

Posted by Scott on 4 May 2017

Digital CutterAfter Five great years with an earlier model we are pleased to announce our new Esko Kongsberg C44 Digital Cutter. Many years ago all the finishing (trimming and cutting) was done by hand, and while it worked we just couldn't cope with the volume. Moving on we have really streamlined our systems as evident in our very quick, high volume turnaround times, just not possible back then. The new cutter in some ways is more of the same. The real benefits are in the backend.

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Christopher's Lion

Posted by Jo on 21 February 2017

Christopher's LionOn the 22nd March there will be an artwork auction fundraising for a young kidney disease sufferer Maddie Collins. We reproduced Christopher's Lion artwork from an original piece.

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Understand - Adapt - Thrive

Posted by Jo on 10 February 2017

Understand - Adapt - ThriveWe love doing event signage. Quite often we get requests that require us to think outside the square, or use our years of experience to make an idea work. Sometimes a simple sign may in fact be more than it appears, considerations have to be made for the impact it will have on the structure once it's been removed. Our wealth of product experience makes things so easy. Here's an event we recently worked on at Horncastle Arena.

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UpLifting Artworks

Posted by Jo on 18 January 2017

Uplifting ArtworksHow many times have you found yourself standing in a lift staring at boring doors in front of you while heading to your level? Well, things have changed; There is every reason to now turn and face that wall, roof or door closest to you. It would be fair to feel sorry for the person in the middle, and don't forget to hop off when the doors open.

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