This week’s blog features a luxury notebook. We were thrilled when we were asked to produce a collection of notebooks with the emphasis on luxurious materials and finishes. GF Smith’s Callisto Diamond White was selected for the covers, with gold foil to the face and singer sewn spines I think we hit the nail on the head with this one. For more information or to discuss a project contact the Century Studios team.
This weeks blog features some fascinating business cards. Printed with five layers of white ink onto GF Smith’s Wild Green which is interestingly 35% cotton, before being hot foiled in 6037 from the stunning Foilco range. For more information or to discuss a project contact email@example.com
This weeks blog features some scrumptious invites. With Christmas coming and the goose getting fat I thought it would be rude not to share this with you. The projects digitally printed on our HP Indigo 7900 using GF Smiths Callisto Diamond White, before being foiled in silver to create this Christmas spectacle. For more information or to discuss a project contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.