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2010 World Buskers Festival

Posted by Scott on 29 January 2010

With the World Buskers Festival well underway, it's time to show some of the printing we produced for the event. There is plenty of yellow (this years theme colour) around the city at the moment. Adgraphix has produced billboards, teardrop flags and all sorts of directional signage and banners for the event. It's a really cool time to be in Christchurch. If you have'nt seen any of the acts yet, make sure you head in before the 31st when the festival concludes and catch some of the fun. If you made it to the Christchurch International Airport Busker Comedy Club on the 25th and you thought you saw Jeff on stage, you were right. He wore his pick me face and made it on stage twice, the second to show his skills at hula hooping!

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New HP L25500 for Christchurch

Posted by Scott on 29 January 2010

We are proud to announce the newest addition to our family of printers, and the first Latex printer technology for Christchurch. This 60" L2550 is the latest offering from HP in their latex line-up. This printer is the fourth HP printer in our stable. It's a testament to our commitment to Quality, Reliability and Consistency.

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Official Supplier To Red Bus

Posted by Scott on 19 January 2010

 

We are proud to announce Red Bus Ltd has chosen Adgraphix as their official supplier of exterior bus graphics. Red Bus operate the majority of urban bus services in Christchurch including the City Flyer Airport Bus Service, the free Central City Electric Shuttle and the Metrostar cross suburban service.
Advertising on a Red Bus is a cost-effective way to get your message out to people all across the city with maximum impact. Your advertising becomes a moving billboard that gets noticed by thousands of motorists, pedestrians and passengers every day of the week. Red Bus can tailor an advertising package to suit your needs and your budget. As well as exterior signage, advertising options include interior advertising displays and brochure holders as well as promotional messages printed on tickets.

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Cut To Shape Printing

Posted by Scott on 19 January 2010

Your graphics don't have to be finished in square or rectangular shapes to be cost effective. Using laser, router and flatbed cutting technology we can supply your graphics in pretty much any shape and form. Our flatbed printer prints your image directly to the substrate which is cut to shape.

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You Just Push Print Don't You?

Posted by Scott on 18 January 2010

It's true, the easiest thing about digital printing is buying (if the bank likes you) the machine. Yes, the printers are automated, but they require quite a lot of user interaction to make the difference between a good print and a not so good print. Taking a closer look at the not so good prints, it comes down to a few important details which require additional skills, than just sending files to a machine. Here is a small snapshot of some baddies we avoid in the background.

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We Are Adobe CS4 Friendly

Posted by Scott on 14 January 2010

img-2-CS4.jpgOur prepress department is up to date with Adobe CS4. We still prefer you to send your files to us in their native format. Keep in mind that although Pdf's are very versatile, we can give you way better and more predictable results by working with your native files.

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Showroom Makeover

Posted by Scott on 13 January 2010



We're giving our showroom a new lease of life. If you are looking for a bit of inspiration for your next project, make sure you head down and have a good look through these product samples. We originally created the showroom three years ago with the help of Hugo at Thinkshop. We've given all the images a make-over and are adding new print samples regularly. There have been a lot of positive comments and many customers are blown away by the variety of options... they often get ideas which they incorporate into their projects.

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