Our Printing Methods

Our Printing Methods

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Printing Methods

In addition to letterpress, we utilize a variety of printing methods and inks to give each project its own unique character.

Letterpress (Debossed)

The classic art of letterpress leaves a charming, tactile impression (debossed) on the paper.

Letterpress (Blind Deboss)
Letterpress (Blind Deboss)

PMS U Colors: Our PMS Uncoated (U) inks add a distinctive touch to your projects, bringing your vision to life in a range of colors that is nearly infinite.

Pantone Metallics: Want to add a little sparkle to your project? Our Pantone Metallic inks shimmer with elegance, adding an unforgettable shine to your design.

Pantone Neon/Fluorescent: Looking to make a bold statement? Our Pantone Neon and Fluorescent inks are vibrant, dynamic, and utterly eye-catching.

Spot Color Offset (Flat)

For a smooth, consistent and vibrant color application, spot color offset printing is a fabulous choice.

Pantone Metallic Gold (PMS 871)
Pantone Metallic Gold (PMS 871)


PMS U Colors: Just as with our letterpress option, we offer an extensive range of PMS U colors for offset printing.

Pantone Metallics: Bring an extra dimension to your offset prints with our shimmering Pantone Metallics.

Pantone Neon/Fluorescent: Embrace the bold and the bright with our vivacious range of Pantone Neon and Fluorescent inks.

Raised Thermographic Ink

When you want your print to have texture, raised thermographic printing offers a beautiful glossy raised effect, adding depth and tactile interest to your designs.

Raised Thermographic Ink
Raised Thermographic Ink

4-Color Process Offset Printing

4-color process offset printing, often referred to as CMYK printing, uses four ink colors: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black (Key). These colors are printed in tiny dots and, when combined, can reproduce a wide range of other colors.

Full Color (4-Color) Process Print

This method is ideal for producing full-color images, such as photographs. The "offset" in the name refers to the process where the inked image is transferred (or "offset") from a plate to a rubber blanket and then to the printing surface.

Foil Stamping

Our Foil Stamping offers a luxurious finish that’s guaranteed to make your project stand out.

Foil Stamping + Registered Embossing
Foil Stamping + Registered Embossing


Metallic: Our Metallic foils are like stardust on paper. Shiny, magical, and utterly irresistible.

Matte-Metallic Our Matte-Metallic foils offer the best of both worlds - the shimmer of metal with the sophistication of a matte finish.

Non-Metallic (Pigment): For a smooth and luminous finish without the metallic shimmer, choose our non-metallic pigment foils.

Specialty: From holographic to other extraordinary finishes, our specialty foils are for those who dare to be different!

Order Custom Foils

We source our foils from world-renowned providers like Kurz, Great Western, Crown Roll Leaf, and Chenhui. We also offer more cost-effective Asian foils for budget-friendly projects. We're more than happy to help you order custom foils, matching the perfect finish to your unique project.

Order Foil Samples

Want to get a real feel of our foils? You can order foil samples to see, touch, and feel the beauty of these finishes in person.

Mix & Match

Feel free to mix and match our printing methods and inks to create a project that's uniquely you! The only limit is your imagination. So let's get creative, shall we?

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