This weeks blog features a 20th year anniversary invite. When Katy from AEC approached us to produce this job she was concerned we wouldn’t be able to meet the tight deadline given. Not ones to shy away from a challenge we reassured her we were more than up to the task ahead. We went straight to work ordering the Peregrina Majestic Moonlight Silver from GF Smith, and the block for the embossing on the front cover. With both arriving before 12 the next working day we managed to complete the project within 3 working days, needless to say Katy was over the moon with the quality and service we provided. For more information or to discuss a project contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This weeks blog features some phenomenal invites. We started the process by duplexing GF Smiths 540gsm Colorplan Imperial Blue with 540gsm Pristine White to give a hefty 1080gsm. The reverse of the invite features Foilco’s clear gloss foil, the face was then foiled and gilt edged in 6754 to create this unusual but fantastic finish. For more information or to discuss a project contact email@example.com.
This weeks blog features some rather captivating business cards. I always encourage customers to think very carefully about the business cards they produce, with this quite often being the first piece of marketing you leave with a potential customer. GF Smith’s Callisto Diamond White 350gsm has been duplexed with Colorplan Imperial Blue 350gsm to give 700gsm. Both stocks are FSC approved and produced here in the UK so thats a win win as far as I’m concerned. Further to that the cards have been foiled and gilt edged in Foilco’s gold 6628. For more information or to discuss a project contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This weeks blog features a spectacular invite we produced for a black tie event. This masterpiece was printed using our state of the art HP Indigo 7900 before being duplex to 700gsm using GF Smiths Callisto Diamond White. 6025DG from Foilco’s range is then used to foil the face and gilt edge this most elegant invite. For more information or to discuss a project contact email@example.com
This weeks blog features Emma & Alex’s sublime wedding stationery. The two outer covers are foiled with 6037 from the Foilco range onto GF Smiths Colorplan Imperial Blue, they are then collated before being drilled in sets and bound with matching screws, we think it ooze’s with sophistication. For more information or to discuss a project contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This weeks blog is packed full of old and new techniques to create something rather remarkable. The slip case and book cover have two things in common, both are produced on 350gsm Colorplan Forest Green and both feature gold foil 6037 from the Foilco range. The four internal books are also thread sewn giving a luxury feel to this very special project. For more information or to discuss a project contact email@example.com
This weeks blog features a wonderful trio of processes to create something rather special. The wonderfully rich black cover is the one and only Colorplan Ebony, five layers of glorious white ink are then applied using our Indigo 7900. From here the cover moves onto our Heidelberg to be hot foiled in rose gold 6037 from the Foilco range, the finishing touch is the rose gold wire used to bind the text section to the cover.
I just love this little order of service. It’s beautifully foiled in blue 6076 from the splendid Foilco range and features blue wire stitching. Needless to say the happy couple were thrilled with the final result. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If two is company and three’s a crowd what are four and five, Century Studios may just have the answer to this age old riddle with the project featured below. This magnificent business card has four special features. Firstly GF Smith’s 350gsm Colorplan White frost is duplexed to 700gsm, after this the project spends time on our lovely old Heidelberg being foil blocked and blind debossed before being treated to matching gold gilt edging. For more information or to discuss a project contact email@example.com