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Poster Printing London: Long Live Southbank Posters & Booklets πŸ›Ή

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A3 Posters
Full colour single sided
onto 130gsm Gloss


A5 Booklets
4pp Cover onto 170gsm Silk
16pp Text onto 120gsm Uncoated
Full colour print throughout
Trimmed, collated and wire stitched.

Long Live Southbank: A Celebration of Skate Culture in Print

The Long Live Southbank posters and booklets project is an exemplary showcase of our commitment to delivering high-quality print solutions at Ex Why Zed. As a premier provider of poster printing in London, we collaborated closely with the Long Live Southbank team to bring their creative vision to life.

The Power of Print in Revitalising Skate Culture

Long Live Southbank is a non-profit organisation dedicated to protecting and enhancing Southbank Undercroft, a renowned skateboarding spot in London. Their Instagram, Facebook, and Baddest Skate Shop pages teem with vibrant content, reflecting the robust skateboarding culture. The project involved the creation of attractive A3 posters and A5 booklets capturing the essence of the skateboarding community and the Southbank Undercroft’s pulsating energy.

The Print Specifications

The posters were printed in full colour on a single side onto 130gsm Gloss, resulting in vibrant and appealing visuals. The booklets consisted of a 4pp cover on 170gsm Silk and 16pp text on 120gsm Uncoated, providing a balanced feel of luxury and practicality. The full colour print throughout ensured the skateboarding culture’s vibrancy was well captured. The final products were then trimmed, collated, and wire stitched.

Bridging the Gap between Digital and Print

Working on this project allowed us to bridge the gap between digital and print. We translated the digital energy of Long Live Southbank’s online presence into tangible, printed material that could be touched, held, and experienced on a different level. This showcases our strength in booklet printing in London and underlines the role of print in today’s digital world.

We have worked on several similar projects that testify to our competence in this realm. These include Polar Sea Inspired Illustrated Postcards, I Look Like I Care – Issue 1, Lost Art X Nike Skate Zine, and Skate Pal Photo Zine.

Poster Printing London: Ex Why Zed’s Expertise

As a leading name in poster printing, Ex Why Zed’s expertise shines through in the Long Live Southbank project. We understand the importance of colour, quality, and finish in creating impactful posters. If you’re looking for superior poster printing in London, you can explore our services here.

Celebrating Skate Culture in Print

The Long Live Southbank project is a powerful example of how print can play a pivotal role in promoting and celebrating subcultures. As fans of Ex Why Zed, we hope you appreciate the artistry and dedication that went into this project. If you’re inspired to bring your creative ideas to life, explore our skate zine printing options.

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