Our clients range from small local businesses to well-known names and premium brands across a huge range of sectors. 70% of our clients are print professionals. That’s because we’re good at what we do.
Eye-catching brochures, annual reports, school prospectuses and product catalogues - all produced with care and attention to detail.
Finished to Perfection
Binding is a Bishops specialty. We have 2 perfect binders, 3 saddle stitching lines and a highly skilled team onsite. We’re able to offer gloss lamination, matt lamination and anti-scuff laminate for added protection and durability. Other popular, decorative specialist finishes we provide include spot gloss UV varnish, foiling and embossing.
If you’re not sure which print finishing options will deliver the result you’re looking for at a price to match your budget, we're here to help.
Just wanted to drop a note to say Adam & I received our box of brochures this morning – they look fantastic, thanks so much for getting them over to us! Super happy with the quality 😊. They’re so much better than the printers we went through before (and loads cheaper), everything looks super crisp so we’re dead happy!
The catalogue looks amazing, than you so much!
We are delighted with the catalogues. The packaging and delivery was also superb, so thank you for that too.
Just wanted to say the prospectuses look brilliant, really happy with them. Thanks for all your help.
Are you looking to mail out your brochures? By placing your print and mailing with us, you’ll have one less thing to worry about. And we’re confident we’ll save you money.
White Label Service
We know that sometimes our trade clients don’t want their customers to know that we printed their brochure. With our white label service they won’t!
If you want your brochure, prospectus or catalogue to lie flat when you open it out, we recommend you saddle stitch (staple) binding.
Be aware that once you get beyond 64-80 pages (depending on the paper stock) your brochure or catalogue will become too bulky to fold neatly using saddle stitch binding.
If you’re producing a high-end brochure or annual report and the spine will be at least 3mm wide, perfect binding will add to the perception of quality, authority and professionalism
With perfect bound brochures, make sure your designer prepares the artwork so that page content isn’t sucked into the spine and images that spread across adjacent pages aren’t distorted.
If you have a high page count or choose paper stock of 130 gsm or more, we recommend PUR binding, for a more robust and durable brochure or catalogue
Print is a tactile, sensual experience. Your decision on paper stock needs to reflect the feeling and perception you want to achieve with your publication.