Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Shine Knife Wrap

Updated on July 6th, 2010  |  
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Shine Knife Wrap

Designed by Shine Advertising Co. | Country: United States

“This ephemera was designed by the folks at Shine Advertising to dress up a pocket knife mailing sent to their clients as a promotional item. You might ask if that is really letterpress? Yep, actually that’s four color process plus two spot color letterpress printed one pass at a time. That means that lil’ piece of paper went through the presses seven times. (six color passes and a letterpress matrix score) Certainly not a typical use of letterpress, but that’s why it was so fun to print it. Laying down color one at a time means a little guess work as you build the color density for the final image, but fun to watch it unfold. The process printed picture was from CSA stock images and worked pretty well to break out into plates even though it started as a heavily line screened image. The plates were printed with a 90 line per inch screen on Mohawk Loop Husk 160lb Cover.”

Shine Knife Wrap

Shine Knife Wrap

Shine Knife Wrap

Shine Knife Wrap

Shine Knife Wrap

Shine Knife Wrap

Shine Knife Wrap

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Designed by Shine Advertising Co. | Country: United States

“This ephemera was designed by the folks at Shine Advertising to dress up a pocket knife mailing sent to their clients as a promotional item. You might ask if that is really letterpress? Yep, actually that’s four color process plus two spot color letterpress printed one pass at a time. That means that lil’ piece of paper went through the presses seven times. (six color passes and a letterpress matrix score) Certainly not a typical use of letterpress, but that’s why it was so fun to print it. Laying down color one at a time means a little guess work as you build the color density for the final image, but fun to watch it unfold. The process printed picture was from CSA stock images and worked pretty well to break out into plates even though it started as a heavily line screened image. The plates were printed with a 90 line per inch screen on Mohawk Loop Husk 160lb Cover.”

Shine Knife Wrap

Shine Knife Wrap

Shine Knife Wrap

Shine Knife Wrap

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Shine Knife Wrap

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