Marks of distinction

Taking a heritage client back to a world of specialist three-dimensional printing.
Project: Business cards   Client: Historic Royal Palaces

As modern technology intensifies, our desire for the past often increases. For instance, in the high pressure business world, classical crafted print methods such as engraving, blind embossing, gilding, thermography, foil blocking and letterpress seem to have a mystical hold… especially when recipients experience first-hand the sheer quality of these traditional techniques emanating from the fibres of a fine sheet of paper or board. For the HRP sales team, we die-stamped the royal crest for those occasions when they meet a prospective overseas client and wish to make an unforgettable first impression.

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