Wonderfully tactile and simply exquisite, letterpress printing has a rich, warm feel that one can’t help but appreciate. Developed in the 14th century, letterpress is a time-honored printing craft that – like engraving – takes years to perfect.
Digital printing is using a computer to print images directly onto the paper. But at a professional printing press, the printers take this technique to another level.
It’s a form of flat printing, which does not involve either raised or recessed designs but rather sees the images transferred directly onto the paper.
Lithography, also known as flat printing, is a printing technique well suited for large print runs, like some of our boxed stationery products. The printing technique has an intriguing and varied history.
Shiny and lustrous, foil stamping can make a glittering impression for special projects. Whether it’s used alone or in conjunction with another printing process, foil stamping is all about adding that extra special sparkle to create an alluring combination of visuals and textures.