Brochures, flyers, books, stationary, leaflets, press advertising, exhibition stands, in fact absolutely anything you can throw ink at.


The standard and quality of a top agency but not the top prices. Many years of working freelance for agencies are fed into a service that costs a fraction of what you would pay for these services. Our design is ranked alongside any in the world.

Working to your brief is as much about communication as it is about creativity. You are the expert in marketing your business we take that expertise and apply it to focussed advertising that communicates your business to your customers.


The craft typesetters and proofreaders of Bath Press held an enormous wealth of craft knowledge. This knowledge was, it seems, casually cast aside with the advent of ‘desktop publishing’ and the use of computers in the print production industry. Chris Pink was lucky enough to work alongside these craftsmen and women in the last years before they were made redundant.

It is difficult to overvalue the knowledge and craft gained in this time, in the use of English, in the precision of punctuation, in the choice and use of typefaces and the pedantic thoroughness and accuracy that is needed to produce a professional publication. Rarely does a day go by when we don’t pay homage to that knowledge and craft and hopefully carry those skills proudly forward in the digital era.


Production for print is a precise science. If something goes wrong at this stage, it will cost a lot of money to put right. Before any job goes to print, there are a number of things that must be absolutely correct, this process is known as ‘pre-flighting’ and includes everything from the proper presentation of images to the specification of paper sizes and types, fonts and colours. There is no substitute for the amount of experience we have. Twenty years in the industry producing all sorts of materials in all sorts of quantities and costs. There are examples of our work in many arenas, from the national press to shop fronts in Bristol.

This is the shop front for your business, can you afford to get it wrong?