PressOn, the large format digital printing company based in Chatham, Kent, have worked again with the team behind the World’s fastest and most advanced racing car, BLOODHOUND SSC; this time, wrapping the tail fin as it hit speeds of 210mph on its first public trial run at Newquay Airport in Cornwall.
Kent based display printer PressOn has worked with the Flower Council of Holland to create a giant 35 square metre installation described as a “living painting” using digital print and 26,500 real flowers.
PressOn helped their client, the Flower Council of Holland, create a giant 35 square metre installation described as a “living painting” using digital print and 26,500 real flowers. The work was commissioned to celebrate the support of www.funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk an initiative of the Flower Council for the Dutch Flowers exhibition at the National Gallery that runs until 29 August 2016.
PressOn has moved to larger new premises in Chatham, Kent. The move follows the rapid growth and expansion of the business in the past three years.