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Country: United States

The Fineprint Chicago

Updated on June 1st, 2011  |  
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The Fineprint Chicago

Designed by Laurent Varlet | Country: United States

“The Fineprint Chicago wanted some innovative t-shirt packaging to display in retail locations and possibly use for shipping. Since the company designs mainly Chicago-inspired graphics, I decided to make a Chicago-style pizza box packaging. Since we could screen print on the flat box and then fold, it greatly reduced production costs without limiting the design. The piece can also be sent through the mail.

Screen printing on corrugated cardboard is tough! Problems arise registering your colors with such a thick item to print on. Also, due to the nature of the cardboard, there are random creases in the product that can lead to inconsistent prints.”

The Fineprint Chicago

The Fineprint Chicago

The Fineprint Chicago

The Fineprint Chicago

The Fineprint Chicago

The Fineprint Chicago

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The Fineprint Chicago

Designed by Laurent Varlet | Country: United States

“The Fineprint Chicago wanted some innovative t-shirt packaging to display in retail locations and possibly use for shipping. Since the company designs mainly Chicago-inspired graphics, I decided to make a Chicago-style pizza box packaging. Since we could screen print on the flat box and then fold, it greatly reduced production costs without limiting the design. The piece can also be sent through the mail.

Screen printing on corrugated cardboard is tough! Problems arise registering your colors with such a thick item to print on. Also, due to the nature of the cardboard, there are random creases in the product that can lead to inconsistent prints.”

The Fineprint Chicago

The Fineprint Chicago

The Fineprint Chicago

The Fineprint Chicago

The Fineprint Chicago

The Fineprint Chicago

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