Thursday, 19 February 2009

Jokes for Mobile Phones




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Spencer Print is always keen to spread a little humour in these troeubled times.
Now you have a better version of the prankster phone call, the "Talking Products" video for mobile phones.

Now you can send visual animated jokes to your friends mobile phones. Imagine your friend greeted by a mad dog, a crazy cat, or a frisky frog. You can also also use these videos to promote your products on Youtube & other video hosting sites. Your products can talk to prospective clients. Examples could be a dog promoting pet food, a car promoting a show room, or a plant promoting a garden centre.

A few more samples can be seen on my video channel on MySpace at
http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.channel&channelid=337765601

You can have your own video for Internet, or mobile phone, for just £45.

All you need to provide is a photo or image of the character (preferably with a closed mouth), and a text or audio file (.wav file extension) of the speech to be used.

Slides & photos can be incorporated into the video, but at extra cost.

Tuesday, 10 February 2009

Delivery Tips

Apologies, it's been ages since my last post. I would like to post more often but there doesn't seem to be enough time in the day lately. I am trying to launch two new projects with my colleague Karl Dixon. We are trying to produce comics for the major football clubs, & educational comics for schools to aid litereracy & reading skills. Our proposal is currently under review at Westminster by the Education Minister.

Anyhow, to the point of this new post. Whilst this applies to print, it will apply to any business. Please make sure you follow health & safety rules when you load any out going goods, or arrange to pick them up yourselves.

Below is a recent example of a client who picked up a load of flyers from one of my printer suppliers.



Another bad example showing a recyling firm who picked up some paper off cuts from a printer.


Lastly, God forbid if you have to use an animal to cellect anything, please treat it with care and also remember it's load bearing capacity.

This last picture shows a old Welsh Mining company collecting some redundancy leaflets.



A joint production brough to you by "Left it on the Road Delivery Company" & "Shattered Cartons Couriers"