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Save the Reef: The Colour Doctor

Thursday, 27 April 2017
By Print 21 Online Article

Great Barrier Reef Foundation logo

David Crowther of Colour Graphic Services will donate 5% of all his company’s sales revenue from PacPrint 2017 to  the Great Barrier Reef Foundation.

With human-generated pollution and cyclones taking their toll on the Great Barrier Reef, some marine biologists are predicting it could all be gone by 2050.

“The reef is in great distress because of coral bleaching, human activity and cyclone damage,” says Crowther, CGS director and colour guru. “The Great Barrier Reef Foundation is working on research and ways to preserve and protect what is left. We just want to do our bit to help this unique Australian eco-system.”

The 5% donation applies to all new orders for hardware and ISO and other services confirmed at PacPrint, even if paid later.

The Great Barrier Reef Foundation is a registered charity established in 2000 in response to the UN World Heritage Convention.

Colour Graphic Services

In addition to Crowther’s colour management, ISO and training services, Colour Graphic Services supplies Techkon spectrophotometers, Mellow Colour software, Just Normlicht viewing booths and tubes, ColorLogic ICC profiling software, Printflow automated ink setting systems for offset presses and Eizo calibrated monitors.

Colour Graphic Services has a coral reef theme – Colour Lives Here – for its PacPrint display on stand B62.




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