We’re delighted to be the chosen printer for the lovely team over at Lounge Hair & Beauty Salon in Bermondsey SE16. Onay and the ‘Loungettes’ as they’re informally known, keep our printing presses busy throughout the year and a few examples of recent print jobs include:
1000 appointment cards, printed in full colour on two sides using 340gsm Fedrigoni Splendorgel card;
A5 Christmas Hair Care cards, printed on 200gsm Digital stock, finished with a gloss encapsulation;
500 leaflets, printed in full colour on 250gsm Lumi Silk stock. Finished size: 296 x 100mm (so, similar to A4 divided in half length-wise).
A6 customer detail pads, printed just in black on one side using 100gsm Navigator paper.
These are just a few examples of printing work we produced for the salon. The photos show more …
About Lounge Hair & Beauty Salon
Lounge Hair & Beauty Salon was established in 2000 under the leadership of founding director and senior stylist Onay. The salon serves both ladies and men, offering a myriad of services including cutting, blow-drying, colouring and much more. Staff include L’Oréal trained colour experts who know all the latest trends including Ombré, Balayage, Babylights and Microlights. They are comfortable working with any hair type including fine, coarse, straight, wavy, frizzy or super-curly. They have an exceptional reputation around the Bermondsey area, with lots of repeat customers who come back year after year.
As the name suggests, Lounge Hair & Beauty also offers a beauty treatments courtesy of resident beauty therapist Krystel, who is also an advanced hair stylist. Beauty treatments include conditioning, waxing, eye treatments, Dermalogica facials, micro zone facials and professional customised treatments that apparently provide phenomenal results.
So, Lounge Hair & Beauty can cater for anything from a simple trim to a full make-over for special days like parties and weddings.
The salon boasts 50 Google reviews with an overall score of 4.9 out of 5 — very impressive and a measure of how well they are regarded by their clientèle.
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High quality poster printing is one of the most popular printing services here at Southside Print in London SE1. We use an 8-colour inkjet poster printing process for the majority of poster prints. This accomplishes great detail (up to 2400dpi), offers exceptionally high quality with accurate, saturated colours and a very wide tonal range. The overall impression is impressive and highly professional. Moreover, we can often turn around posters around rapidly, for example on a same day or next day basis. All in all, it’s the perfect solution when you need to grab attention for your product, service, presentation or event — and all at large scale and in double-quick time.
Posters suit a variety of different marketing and promotional purposes for a range of different businesses and organisations. For example:
Promotional posters are a great way to promote any product, service or event;
CAD drawings can also be output, in exactly the same way, for use by architects, engineers and designers of any kind;
Posters can be used as display graphics, for example during trade shows and in store;
They also lend themselves to window and wall displays;
They’re perfect for marketing gigs, concerts, theatre productions and special events.
We’ve even produced limited edition prints that later become collectors’ items or are sold as promotional merchandise for bands, movies and suchlike.
Print Sizes & Prices
We can print posters in any size up to a maximum of A0. Here’s a little bit more detail:
A4 posters are 297mm x 210mm
A3 posters are 420mm x 297mm
A2 posters are 594mm x 420mm
A1 posters are 841mm x 594mm
A0 posters are 1189mm x 841mm
Your poster doesn’t have to be an exact ‘A’ size though — we can print to any size and proportion so long as it’s no larger than A0.
Our standard poster prints use 200gsm ‘Xerox Photo Satin’ paper. As the name suggests, these have a lovely satin finish, which is a great balance between matt and gloss, with a lovely feel too. The 200gsm weight is also a substantial weight. It’s still classified as paper but is not far off the thickness of thin card, so is robust and oozes quality.
Our poster prints can also be laminated, in either matt or gloss lamination, to any size including A0. We also offer encapsulation, in a gloss finish, up to A1 maximum for those who like the ‘sealed edge’ approach and the extra robustness that encapsulation offers over standard lamination.
Our posters can be supplied simply as 200gsm paper print-outs or we can mount them to a variety of substrates if preferred. Mounting options include: Read more
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Southside Print has recently had the honour of being the chosen London printer for a charity based just a few miles away; the Venice in Peril Fund. We printed the A4 flyers/postcards shown below, right, as well as some DL sized flyers, A5 flyers and stationery that included various business cards. The A5 postcards shown below were printed on 190gsm White Essential Offset card. This wood-free paper stock has a trendy, uncoated feel, offers great value for money and gives a superb printed result on our digital and litho printing presses. The DL flyers were printed on the same material and publicised some of the charity’s spring lectures last year.
The charity has also used Southside Print to print onto ‘Favini Alga Carta’, their very own recycled paper that was developed from algae, originally from the Venice lagoon but more recently from other marine sites. You can read more about this innovative paper, along with the incredible idea behind it, here.
About Venice in Peril
Anyone who has ever eaten a ‘Veneziana’ pizza at a Pizza Express restaurant will have already heard of the Venice in Peril Fund. A small discretionary donation, included with every Veneziana pizza order, has raised over £2 million for the charity since the partnership began in 1975.
The Venice in Peril Fund came into existence following the terrible floods of 1966, which severely damaged both Venice and Florence, Italy. Initially called the Art & Archives Rescue Fund (IAARF), the fund-raising activity for the Florence region had served its purpose by 1967, so the focus for fundraising was redirected solely towards Venice and the organisation was re-launched as The Venice in Peril Fund that we know today.
Venice in Peril has its UK headquarters just 7 miles West of Southside Print in Putney, London SW6. The registered charity has been in existence for over forty years, during which time it has raised millions of pounds, primarily for the conservation of buildings, monuments and works of art in Venice. The city remains under constant threat from the surrounding water, rising sea levels and pollution but the charity goes much further than helping to fight only those threats. Along with its conservation work, the Venice in Peril Fund pays for studies, events, education and advocacy for, and about, the region. In support of this work, Venice in Peril also promotes a deeper understanding of Venice – its complex history, the contribution it has made to world culture and the challenges it faces today – to encourage responsible and informed engagement with the city.
Spring Lecture in aid of the Venice in Peril Fund
On the 24th of April, the 12th Kirker Spring Lecture will be taking place at the Royal Geographical Society in London SW7. The lecture is by award-winning restaurateur, writer and broadcaster Russell Norman. Russell operates and co-founded several restaurants under the POLPO banner in London and elsewhere, has won several major awards for his books, presented a six-part prime-time documentary (The Restaurant Man) for BBC2 in 2014 and has been recognised by Debretts as one of the 500 most influential people in the UK. His lecture is entitled “The Food of Venice and the Lagoon: how its culinary traditions are as important as its people and its stones” and is being held in aid of the Venice in Peril Fund. Doors open at 6pm with a reception followed by the lecture itself at 7pm. Tickets are £20. More detail about the event, along with ticket purchases, is available here. You can also click the thumbnail image of the A5 postcard/flyer published for this lecture, shown on the right, for more information. The flyer is one of several marketing pieces printed for the charity by Southside Print in London SE1.
The Venice in Peril Fund is at 11 Hurlingham Studios, Ranelagh Gardens, London SW6 3PA and can be contacted on 020 7736 6891. Alternatively email or visit www.veniceinperil.org for more information. Those interested in becoming a member of the charity can also learn more or sign up here.
Printing Services in South and Central London
Southside Print has traditionally offered its litho, large format and digital printing services primarily in and around the London Bridge, Borough and South East (SE1) region of London. Now under new ownership, we’re beginning to extend our print and graphic design services to a wider South and Central London audience, including Victoria SW1, Clerkenwell EC1, The City and EC2/EC3/EC4/EC5 postcodes, amongst many others. Of course, we can supply printing and design services to anyone, anywhere (not just London), and this will be especially true in the near future when we introduce a full online ordering service to the website. You’ll soon be able to order and pay online, then Read more
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