Get an Estimate

offset

Bella Vita

Tuesday September 30, 2014

 

 

BellaVita6-750 Bella2up-750

We were thrilled to print the CD & postcards sleeve for the just released movie Bella Vita a beautiful surf movie featuring Chris Del Moro.

BellaVita3-750 BellaVita1-750 Bella3up-750

During our research stage we were looking for a heavy printable sheet that would standup to several finishing process’s which included letterpress, die-cut/score and auto gluing, we ended up choosing Neenah 120# Environment smooth cover and were very happy with the results. We also worked closely with the designers at Haymaker Projects and Italic providing engineered mockups to insure the image vision and panel content maintained.

Take a closer look. Check out the trailer bellavitafilm.com

BellaVita4-750

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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!

Jeff Brink Business Cards

Monday April 23, 2012

The architectural lines are letter-pressed to provide a both impression and elevation within the soft cotton stock. Production included offsetting pms 2965 on179# Cranes Crest, the architectural lines were letter-pressed in pms 2965 and followed up with a foil pass in matte silver. The flip side of the card was letterpress in pms 2965 and pms 877 with a final treatment of silver gilding.

Parfait Labels

Wednesday March 16, 2011

Graphiti Associates worked to develop a cost-effective label that still reflected the high quality, hand made nature of the Parfait product and brand.

When designing a label for a truly 100% organic artisan ice cream maker, you can’t help but want it to reflect the quality of the product. We not only wanted everyone to know that Parfait makes everything completely from scratch but also that their jar had been hand sealed by the owner, Adria Shimada, herself.

In order to convey this to the customer, we incorporated an elegantly custom die-cut label that when applied creates a physical seal between the lid and the jar. Production at Evolution was achieved by printing a flood of orange with type reversed on stick and peel label stock followed up with a pass of brown foil for the bold graphics that are modern and simple with a final kiss-cut pass to create the unique label. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Parfait’s Organic Artisan Ice Cream, served fresh from her truck throughout the summer months. Or, if you’re like us, ice cream isn’t just for summer – so check out her home delivery service offered now!