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How to Create the Perfect Artwork

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When you’re new to the large format printing world we appreciate it can be tough to get artwork perfect. That’s why we do our best to outline what we need from you so we can quickly move your order forward to the printers. What are we looking for? A print ready artwork file – meaning […]

Tutill Banner Discovery

It is still surprising to us to learn that another George Tutill banner has being discovered after all these years. This recent case being no exception, thank you to a Mr David Selby for getting in touch. Flagmakers were more than happy to try and assist Mr Selby in finding out a little more about […]

Flag Protocol – Half-Mast

It’s not something we want to do as it usually marks national sorrow and respect. However, it’s also not something you can afford to get wrong or adhere to! That’s why we’ve put together a few tips on how to fly the Union flag at half-mast correctly. Flagmakers have tried to remove as much flag […]

Family Crest Guidon

Guidon? It wasn’t something I was familiar with until working with Flagmakers. A guidon is a type of heraldic flag, which is in a similar sort of shape to a burgee but more rounded. Flagmakers produced a guidon which featured a crest of a families surname. Guidon’s can prove the perfect canvas to celebrate family heritage […]

Banner Installation

  We’re not just flags you know! We blogged about some new fabric tension banners a few weeks ago and had to add a few extra details the House of Illustration have since discussed. The old-fashioned building presented some unique problems but needed something to brighten up the beautiful entrance area… it is the House […]

RBL Cinderford Branch Standard

To follow on from our early blog regarding Cinderford’s anniversary pennant (read story in full here) we now have some beautiful images of the new standard in action. The new standard has now completed its dedication and is in full use for ceremonial events. The Standard was part of the branches 75th anniversary celebrations, which […]

House of Illustration Banner Installation

Flagmakers recently got involved in brightening up the beautiful frontage of the House of Illustration Building. We installed two large vibrant banners either side of the main entrance which our client was very pleased with. The aim was to portray some of the vibrant sketches inside the building on the exterior too! One of the […]

New County Flag for Caithness

A new flag for Caithness has been unveiled this week. The winning design for a new flag for Caithness has been announced by the Highland Council. North of Scotland Newspapers began a campaign for Caithness to become the first mainland county in Scotland to have its own flag in May 2014, after Wick student Alan […]

New Zealand’s Decision

The final winning flag is the blue and black silver fern. Although this is the winning flag option it may not be selected for use. New Zealander’s will vote in March as to if they will begin using the winning design or continue to use the established flag.

Royal Engineers Flag

Flagmakers recently manufactured a Royal Engineers Flag for an event which saw it climb to the top of Mount Toubkal. The Royal Engineers division provides military engineering and technical support to the British Armed Forces. The challenge for this division of the British Army was to climb Mount Toubkal. Which is some challenge considering the […]

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