Office Art from Works in Print Ltd - News
New Case Studies and Testimonials Online
8 August 2011 - Examples of Works in Print's new services now online. See the newest series of case studies highlighting bespoke wall coverings and manifestations.
Veni Partner's bespoke meeting room wall covering. An interesting take on Trafalgar Square.
Square One Resource's 14 vinyl 'stencils' of famous people and company symbols.
Works in Print Announces New Artist
14 April 2011 - Works in Print announces new artist, Gail de Cordova have a look at Gail's pieces here
Entrepreneur offers tips for success
16 November 2010 - Young Cambridge entrepreneur Patrick McCrae, Director of office art rental company, Works in Print, is marking this week's Global Entrepreneurship Week by giving other would be entrepreneurs the benefit of his experience.
For tips on starting a business email Patrick at email@example.com, with the subject heading 'Entrepreneur' or call Patrick on 01223 870087. Work in Print's artwork can be seen at www.worksinprint.com.
Read more here
Does the workplace environment still matter?
2 November 2010 - This week is Workplace Week, when companies open their doors to highlight innovation in workplace design, technology and practices. But in these tough economic times, do we still need to worry about our working environment?
Works in Print, Cambridge-based office art company certainly thinks so.
Says Patrick: "You might think that corporate art would be one of the first things to go in a recession. The companies we are dealing with agree that these aren't times for investing heavily in art, but it's certainly not something that should be ignored as the working environment is a big part of staff retention and motivation."
Read more about how Cambridge and London companies are enjoying rented office art from Works in Print here"
Free Art to Celebrate Workplace Week
19 October 2010 - Works in Print, the art-on-subscription company, is marking Workplace Week from 1 to 5 November by offering local businesses a free piece of art for a month!
The offer is available to a limited number of companies on a first come first served basis: so get your order in now!
Read more here
Works in Print Announces Bespoke Christmas Cards
27 September 2010 - Show your favourite clients and suppliers that you care this Christmas with personalised and bespoke Christmas Cards from Works in Print.
Choose from over 10 original winter scenes (commissioned by Works in Print from local artists) and then start to personalise the card...
Your Company logo on the back with your personal message on the inside in the colours of your choice
Simple, affordable pricing...
Prices start at only 53p a card (including envelope) so check out our price lists.
10% of profits from these cards will be donated to Wallace Cancer Care, a local Cambridge Charity.
For more details and all the art www.worksinprint.com/christmas or email santa@worksinprint to request a sample.
The Art of a Successful Start-Up
7 September 2010 - With 70 graduates chasing every vacancy, it might not seem a great time to be joining the jobs market. But this year's university leavers could do well following the example of Patrick McCrae (class of '09), who decided to set up office art company, Works in Print, go it alone and hasn't looked back.
Read more here or on the Cambridge First website
Works in Print Partners to Win National Showroom Presence
16 July 2010 - Works in Print has partnered with Komfort Workspace plc (one of the UK's leading office partitioning suppliers) to have access to shared showroom space in London, Leeds and Manchester to display their rented office art.
WiP Director, Patrick McCrae says "this is a real coup for us. We can now entertain clients in showrooms up and down the country, giving them a real feel for the space we can be help them create."
Komfort is equally delighted, Marketing Director, Jules Quested-Williams noted she was keen to partner and was "especially impressed with Works in Print's client list and how quickly they have grown. We have had excellent art of the City in our London Bonhill Street showroom and look forward to seeing what WiP comes up with for Manchester and Leeds. This is the start of a great business relationship."
Works in Print, initially established on the back of the recession in February 2010 now boasts a large local client list, ranging from Deloitte, to Eversheds and most recently to MEPC Marketing Suite at Granta Park, offering an affordable way to brighten up a corporate environment. Recent graduate and Director, Patrick McCrae "never thought I'd be doing this a year after I got my degree certificate!"
To arrange a visit around Works in Print's new shared Bohnill Street London Showroom, or for more information, give Works in Print a call on 01223 870087 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Artwork for Manchester and Leeds is due to be installed in the next few months.
Online Testimonial from Deliotte
20 May 2010 - Pleased client Andy Swarbrick (Partner at Deliotte offices, Cambridge) says the Bespoke art pieces he commissioned "provide an interesting talking point and have been a great success with staff and clients alike"
See images here.
Still time to vote in Cambridge's big election
10 May 2010 - There's still time to vote in the big election of the year - finding Cambridge's favourite scene.
Works in Print, a new Cambridge company offering a new way of selling artwork, would like to know. The closing date for your vote is Friday 14 May. Explains director of the company Patrick McCrae: "Among the works we offer are Cambridge scenes and we'd like to know what scenes people would like to see. You automataically think of King's College and the punts on the river but there may be some hidden gems."
Works in Print has been set up by father and son team Don and Patrick McCrae and aims to give all types and sizes of businesses the opportunity to display affordable art in staff and public areas. The company uses all available digital imaging technologies to produce quality artwork, whilst delivering excellent customer service. Works in Print offers sets of limited edition prints to which clients subscribe and every six months, the artwork is exchanged for something totally new.
So whether it's punts on the river Cam, King's College, or maybe the more modernist Judge Institute or the rural Grantchester Meadows?
To let Patrick know your favourite scene email him at email@example.com putting 'Cambridge scene' in the subject header. To see the artwork currently on offer visit www.worksinprint.com. The winner of the champagne will be chosen at random. For further information call 01223 870087.
Works in Print Catalogue now available to view online
4 May 2010 - Works in Print is proud to announce their Catalogue is now available for purchase for those clients/interest parties who want to have it with them the whole time!
Patrick McCrae of Works in Print comments on local MP debate in Cambridge Evening News
20 April 2010 - Patrick McCrae, Works in Print said:
"It was an excellent event with a good turnout. However, considering the topic, I was surprised representatives of the younger entrepreneur spectrum, especially from the University, were not present.
"The candidates all made reference to the education system and how we should encourage more business-based teaching, alongside pure academics.
"Who did I think won? Well, really not who I thought would and in fact, on a personal level, this event has pushed my voting ideas for May 6 into disarray.
Choose your favourite Cambridge scene
13 April 2010 - Win a bottle champagne! Works in Print has just launched an exciting competition! What's your favourite Cambridge scene? Punts on the River Cam, King's College, or maybe the more modernist Judge Institute or the rural Grantchester Meadows? Whatever it is, Works in Print, a new Cambridge company offering a new way of selling artwork, would like to know.
More details are available on the Cambridge Network website.
How prints worked for one young graduate
30 March 2010 - Corporate art and the recession might seem unlikely bedfellows, but for one new Cambridge company the two are inextricably linked in more ways than one.
Read the full story on the Cambridge Network website.