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Canvas printing

Scanned 5x4 transparencies to A2. Printed onto canvas, ready for picture framing.

Almond Annual Report

Syntax21 worked closely with Almond Housing Association to produce their 2016 Annual Report. Listening to our clients needs, working within a tight deadline and budget, are all part of the service we provide. Having the whole project in-house, from initial concept/design, throughout creation, proofing and print, helps us respond quickly and maintains a close relationship allowing our clients to achieve their goal.



Simon’s Cat

Extremely difficult project to work on for Canongate Books, without constantly laughing out loud at Simon's Cats' antics - purrrrrr ...

ph personal training

Already an accomplished triathlete, it was a natural progression for Paul to move into personal training. His brief was to produce branding that was sharp, clean and required no imagery. Paul wanted to use his logo on various substrates, for example flags, banners and clothing, as well as posters and leaflets. Paul was delighted with the end result and at present is training athletes on the Gold Coast, Australia.

Edinburgh Bike Tours

Local entrepreneur Kathy Jarvis decided after cycling all over the world, it was time Edinburgh had its own bike tours. Syntax21 worked closely with Kathy to design and produce postcards, signage and banners, helping promote this exciting new venture.

Life of Pi

We were delighted to be working closely with Canongate Books on this prestigious production project, Yann Martel's Mann Booker prize-winning book, Life of Pi. Continue Reading →

Gavin and Helen

Gavin & Helen were looking for an fun way to let their friends and family remember the date for their wedding. What better way than a skiing video shot in Switzerland, edited and produced in Scotland by Syntax21 and sent via email to everyone invited to the wedding, job done!

Horace the Haggis

When Black and White Publishing asked for our help, how could we refuse working with Horace the Haggis. Scanning, retouching, colour correction and proofing services were all required.   Continue Reading →

Bolton Abbey

When Hudson's Media contacted us about recreating a brochure from only a printed copy, we were delighted to accept the challenge. Using our own unique descreening algorithms, we successfully recreated the 16pp A5 full colour brochure so more could be printed. Careful colour correction and detail had to be retained in this challenging project.   Continue Reading →