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Issue 156 | Week 4 - JULY 2012

 
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RIGHT STUFF BOOSTS MANCHESTER UNITED BRAND
Right Stuff boosted the Man United brand with its Rapid Telescopic banners, Pop-Up Banner Walls and Aluminium A-Frame banners during the Man United tour to KwaZulu-Natal. The company's unique Pop-Up banner wall made an ideal backdrop for after match commentary for the Red Devils while its high flying Rapid Telescopic banner and versatile Aluminium A-Frame banner with the Man United and DHL logos made the team's presence known.
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X/PROCURE® KEEPS SANDOZ SA PRODUCTS TOP OF MIND

Pharmaceutical giant Sandoz SA has signed a 12-month electronic advertising campaign with Unlimited’s pharmaceutical advertising specialist, X/procure®. The campaign includes intervention adverts, HTML Messages, Banner Adverts and Screen Savers.

BARRY SAYER IS RE-ELECTED AS FEPE PRESIDENT
Barry Sayer, CEO of Continental Outdoor Media of South Africa, has been unanimously reappointed as President of FEPE International by members of the association at the General Assembly Meeting held during the 53rd FEPE Congress which took place in Milan, Italy on 15 June 2012.
GRAFFITI GETS MANCHESTER UNITED OFF TO A WINNING START WITH BRANDED TEAM BUS
Graffiti is getting Manchester United ready for kick off with branded Irizar K380 luxury coaches.
The two 44-seater vehicles – one in Durban and one in Cape Town - have been branded with action shots of Manchester United strikers Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez alongside midfielder Ji Sung Park. The trio are featured in their DHL-branded tour football kit with images of various international city skylines dominating the background.

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POCKETMEDIA® SOLUTIONS' UFO DRIVES INTEREST IN OPEL MERIVA

Opel has selected PocketMedia® Solutions' Unidentified Folding Object (UFO) to ensure the all-new Opel Meriva captured customers' attention.

LUMI PRINTING SYSTEM USES SUNLIGHT FOR TEXTILE PRINTING
The Lumityping process, created by the Lumi design team, is a revolutionary photographic print process for textiles and natural materials. The process involves using Inkodye, a water-based dye that develops and fixes its colour permanently with exposure to sunlight. Users can also use the Lumityper app, a simple utility that helps you create negatives from your smartphone pictures.
HP BRINGS PREHISTORIC WORLD TO LIFE WITH LATEX PRINTING
Floor-to-ceiling, life-like graphics produced on HP Latex Printing Technologies are bringing an exciting new dimension to the new dinosaur exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). The exhibition creates a view of the world during the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods through the use of scientific fossil evidence. The details are accurately brought to life with more than 100 print panels covering approximately 929sqm (10000 square feet) with rich colours and a size that lives up to the incredible grandeur of the dinosaur age.
MALL ACTIVE GETS NEW GAUTRAIN STATION CAMPAIGN ON TRACK
The Bombela Concession Company (Pty) Ltd has enlisted the services of Unlimited’s in-mall activation division, Mall Active, to announce the opening of the Gautrain’s Rosebank to Park Station link. For a period of two months, the final leg of the Gautrain service is being promoted by Mall Active and is aimed primarily at commuters who will use the service to get into the Sandton or Rosebank CBD quickly and conveniently.

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CLASSIC TUTORIAL: CREATE A 3D SODA CAN USING ACTIONS

Actions are a powerful tool in Photoshop. They can be used to automate all sorts of tasks. In this tutorial we will explain how to use actions to create a 3D soda can. Let’s get started!

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