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The Institution of Mechanical Engineers are sponsoring the BLOODHOUND SSC Education Programme with two new Foldedsheet resources: the Engineering Design sheet and the Activity sheet. The Education Programme are developing these sheets for schools working in STEM subjects at KS2 and KS3, and young people interested in science, technology, engineering and maths. The Engineering Design sheet encourages small groups working in classroom teams to solve design briefs set by the Bloodhound Project, and the Activity sheet encourages younger individuals to discover facts about the Bloodhound engineering at various events.
BloodhoundSSC Activity sheet
BloodhoundSSC Engineering Design sheet
We have just produced an exhibition publication with Fieldwork Folio – the large-scale mapping project uses our Foldedsheet poster format. The publication documents a series of journeys using the Saxon Shore Way in Kent.
We have now produced more than 100,000 of our Foldedsheet publications – which include editions, mappazines, notemaps and planners. So far, our smallest print run is 500, most of our work ranges from 1,000–5,000 units, and our largest run is 12,000. We have produced single-colour, 2, 3, 4 and 5-colour work, single and double-sided publications. We now have six established finished format sizes in our range and this number is growing with each new project – we have come a long way.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our partners for these projects – the best products have been collaborative and informed, and would not have been possible without the expertise, support and hard graft of everyone involved in the process! We look forward to working with many more inspiring people and forward-thinking organisations on the journey ahead – we have much to do.
We are currently producing an exhibition publication with Fieldwork Folio – the large-scale mapping project uses our new Foldedsheet poster format. More details will be released soon, but in the meantime… here is a sneak preview of the cover.
For over 30 years, the Royal Geographical Society in London have hosted the premier event for expedition & fieldwork planning. For the third year running, we are showing our support to this fantastic 3-day event by supplying each delegate with one of our 2010 year planners.
Luce has been invited to speak again at one of the workshops during the weekend event. She will be part of the Photography panel advising delegates about the documentation of visual information. In addition, we will have a display of our first Edition publication with Fieldwork Folio at the Society headquarters in Kensington, London.
DATES FOR THE DIARY:
13 – 15 November 2009