Fine Cut Blog Archive for April 2012
The graphic warning labels featured on cigarette packets are highly effective at preventing ex-smokers from smoking again, according to a new survey.
In a remarkable feat of precision engraving, an artist has created one of the smallest ever portraits of Queen Elizabeth II - on a pinhead.
The latest part of an engraving project at the National Memorial Arboretum started on Monday morning (April 23rd) at 09:30.
Cans of Heinz beans and spaghetti are set to feature replicas of their labels from 1952 - Queen Elizabeth's coronation year.
Scientists have created what could be the world's smallest portrait of the Queen by engraving an image on a diamond, BBC News reports.
UK retailer Morrisons is revamping the look of its fresh produce range by introducing new product labels and packaging, reports Talking Retail.
Design errors, poorly defined edging and extra shiny surfaces have been named by the Royal Mint as things to look out for when trying to identify a counterfeit one pound coin, telegraph.co.uk reports.