Pantone, an X-Rite company and the global authority, announced PANTONE® 18-3224 Radiant Orchid, a captivating, magical, enigmatic purple, as the colour of the year for 2014.
Web-fed refers to the use of rolls (or “webs”) of paper supplied to the press. Offset web printing is generally used for runs in excess of 5 or 10,000 impressions. Typical examples of web printing include: Newspapers Inserts/ads Magazines Direct mail Catalogs or Books
You’ll hear us talking about various printing methods over time.. today we’re going to talk about the two types we use daily, digital & lithographic and why you’re best using either for your print projects.
In September, the Bank of England (BoE) launched a two-month public consultation on plans to switch its banknotes to polymer from 2016 at the earliest.
In four colour printing, images are all made up of halftone dots – one for each of the colours (CMYK). It occurs when 3 or more are all overlaid at angles to create what you can see close up, as a moire pattern, or rosette. Below you can see this represented by Wikipedia with multiple […]
We had some queries on proofing this week and as such I thought I’d clarify the different types of proof out there and the impact they have on cost or your job.
If you’ve ever seen an imposed sheet or a file ready for printing – you will have noticed a few marks in the white space around it. These marks are generally used on the larger sheet that we print on – not on individual files (apart from trim marks). So.. what do they all mean?
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Telegraph Media Group has produced a ‘thermal’ cover wrap to promote Age UK’s annual winter campaign ‘Spread the Warmth’.
President Barack Obama’s victory over Republican rival Mitt Romney marked the end of one of the most combative – and expensive – political races in US history.