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Open for business

As we now enter the nineteenth week of government imposed working restrictions here in the UK, I would like to remind you that here at Hexio we are still able to maintain a normal service for all your print and film needs. We are able to keep our staff safe and isolated

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Covid floor graphics

To help our fellow small businesses protect their staff and customers, we are printing these bespoke floor graphics to help promote social distancing. We are all aware of the need to keep our distance from each other, this is especially important now that we are starting to see a gradual

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Social distancing floor graphics

Another batch of social distancing floor graphics is being printed, laminated with anti-slip seal and cut to shape. Ready to be shipped out to a local business, helping to ensure the safety of its customers and staff. We have plenty of vinyl in stock to keep this supply of quality

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Covid 19 – Update

In these difficult times, we are endeavouring to maintain business as usual. Fortunately, all of our printers and imagesetters can be operated remotely. So we will be working from home in order to keep our staff safe. There will always be just one member of staff on site to deal

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Back to the Future – The Musical

Our friends at Marcus Hall Props have been busy the last few months supplying all the stage sets for this new musical at the Opera House Manchester. They asked us to produce a variety of period appropriate packaging and signs – including placards drinks cans, parking meter details and even

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Fine art exhibition in Leicester

For an exhibition at the New Walk Museum in Leicester, we produced a set of film positives for the artist Monica Petzal. Following her successful Dresden/Coventry exhibition in 2015, Monica was commissioned at Leicester New Walk Museum, in an exhibit titled “Dissent and Displacement: a modern story” from 8th February

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Wrapped Building

Bit of an unusual one this. We were asked to print enough bespoke wrapping paper to wrap an entire shopfront, to make it look like a Christmas present. This was a very short term project because the owners wanted passers-by to tear the paper off with their bare hands to