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Savoy Grey Announcement

Friday October 10, 2014

Reich Paper just launched their new Savoy Grey its 100% Cotton To help celebrate the launch, Reich asked us to provide design and printing services for the 3 color letterpress + foil announcement, of course we said YES!. The Savoy Grey printed excellent and is available in 118#, 184#, 236# cover and 80# text weights. It’s super to see the mills broadening the choices of their fine paper lines, we hope the trend continues.










Theo Chocolate Mirepoix box wrap

Thursday March 28, 2013

A while back we worked with Theo Chocolate in their collaboration with FareStart to print the box wrap labels for their mirepoix caramels. Seattle Magazine did a write-up here. Printing the box wrap was a fun process combining 4-color offset with black letterpress, in some places overprinting. The Eames paper was wonderful to work with as usual. It prints and scores brilliantly. We had a great time working with the Theo gang, and the process was documented and made into a beautiful little film. See the film here!

James Beard Menu

Wednesday April 27, 2011

Subtlety can have a big impact in print. James Beard utilized sophisticated detail to make this special occasion menu stand out. The palm border was created with a blind deboss which adds varying degrees of dimension and detail, and is combined with letterpress in a cool teal shade to add the feel of tropical elegance. We chose 118# Savoy Natural White for this piece for its softness and malleability. 100% cotton makes this paper a great medium for the impression of deboss and letterpress.

Geometrically Pleasing

Tuesday February 8, 2011

TKTJ Design chose wisely when creating this geometrically pleasing farewell to twenty-ten. There is a unique balance that comes from the combination of Foil and Letterpress techniques. Here the impression created   turns negative space into competing shape and form on the page. The paper 118# Savoy by Reich Paper is our choice for pieces that fold, it doesn’t crack on the score, which helps achieve a clean look.  Savoy was also key in getting the desired dimensional look. 100# cotton means paper with soft flexibility, and looking at these photos you can see – and almost feel – the texture. Utilizing color, technique, and materials makes this piece really stand out.