PG Live 2015-Lucky Number Seven Review
As the bustling isles of PG Live die down for another year, The Art File looks back on a very busy two days at the seventh instalment at the London venue. The show was opened by two fabulous Dhol drummers dressed in their ceremonial clothing circling the show playing a very catchy beat! To the very few people that complained about this rather exciting development- lighten up a bit will you!
Our new die cut animal card range called ‘Roar’ received fantastic praise and feedback from a number of our customers and export distributors. The animal range consists of 9 designs, with animals including a smartly dressed fox, a monkey with a rather fetching Hawaiian shirt on- and of course the preppy alligator with his polo shirt and chino shorts on.
Alongside the animals, 14 new designs were added to our new Ink Press Colour collection, broadening the offering available to our customers after its successful initial launch at Spring Fair earlier this year. The new designs are available for dispatch now. Additions were also made to our ever popular ‘Bright new Things’ range, retailing at £1.75 these smaller cards are all blank and completely universal, allowing the sender to cover almost any occasion.
Finally, 6 new every day gift wrap designs were added to our award winning collection- Pantone colours were used in these new designs to make for certain that they stood out, as well as obeying by our strict gift-wrapping ethos- no footballs, straight lines or anything boring.
All in all, the show was a great one for The Art File, hats off to the PG team once again for organising a flawless and successful show. Maybe it was Warren Lomax unleashing his godly aura from atop the balcony...