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Sweet & Chilli / Copper invitations and drinks tokens for futurehouse pop-up by Adidas

Sweet & Chilli // Copper invitations and drinks tokens for futurehouse pop-up by Adidas

Sweet & Chilli is a specialist drinks agency offering a unique range of tailored services to the events, drinks and hospitality industries. They approached us to create a unique and memorable event invitation.

Daniel Heath

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My projects often involve complicated materials and huge scale illustrative scenes made up of fine lines and miniature textures – all of which are tackled with confidence and professionalism by the Lasercut team. They recognise what I want to achieve in each piece, and strive for the best result everytime.

Corrie Williamson

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Lasercut are great compliment to our team, they always complete cutting jobs for me in a really short turnaround time. They respond quickly and in a professionally. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them to anyone.

Joyanne Horscroft

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Whenever we have a complicated or last minute request I know I can rely on Lasercut. The team will always find a way to make it happen! Their knowledge, response time, and quality, is why we go back to them again and again, thank you!

Andrew Barr

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Lasercut are always a pleasure to work with; very accommodating considering the tight time scale we often ask them to work under, and with a great focus on quality and attention to detail that is rare to find.

Miss Bugs

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We’ve been working with Lasercut for 5 years and they have always been great to communicate with. They have advised us on projects and even problem solved to make our artwork possible. Even when we have the tightest of deadlines, they can turn the job around quickly – but never with a drop in quality.

Kristian Aadnevik / Spring/Summer 2015 womenswear collection

kristian Aadnevik Fashion Kristian Aadnavik // Spring / Summer 2015 womenswear collection

Kristian Aadnevik and his wife Hela approached Lasercut with an overall vision for their collection – inspired by ancient Greek mythology and was to feature metal fretwork to evoke the mythical eclecticism of the antiquity.