PRINT

There are a variety of printing techniques, paper stock and print materials to choose from, we can work with your Pantone reference and print can either be litho or digital. Generally litho print is used to match up Pantone references and for large print runs (over qty 2000), digital print is for small print runs and can provide a more affordable solution. Some popular ones include:

Business cards - 450gsm silk card laminated with either gloss, matt or velvet finish. Add texture by adding spot varnish to elements of your design or foil blocking for an even more professional finish.

Flyers - 250gsm silk paper for an acceptable finish, you can go lower or higher with the paper grade depending on if you are producing a throw away leaflet or a thicker 350gsm one that you would like your customers to keep. lamination finish is optional. A5 or A6 size.

Booklets - 350gsm cover with or without lamination, inside 150gsm silk pages which are stapled (starting from 8 sides). These can be A5 or A4 in size.

Posters - Sizes can vary from A4, A3, A2, A1, A0 and can be laminated for a more robust finish (suitable for outdoor use).

Folders - A4 folders with a business card holder inside, print on outer and inner cover to fit all of your company information sheets.

NCR - different coloured sheets and made into pads of qty 50 sheets suitable for documenting duplicate information and invoicing.

Cards - personalised cards from your business to your customers, 450gsm silk complete with envelopes. Popular for company Christmas cards or to simply say thank you. Printed double sided and can have a unique design for your business and personalised message.

Pull up banners - 800mm x 2m 350micron pull up banners suitable for exhibitions and trade shows including carry case.

Reception desk - have your branding added to a reception desk for a professional look when you are presenting yourself to your clients.

Vinyl banners - promote your event with a vinyl banner, they come in all different sizes and are very eye-catching - be sure to have permission before you erect them on the roadside.