So, you've got your designs, now all you need is to print them. Or is it?
You see the finish line and now you just can't wait to have the finished product in your hands. This is the result of all the time and effort gone into the design, layout and content. We get it. We've been there, many times.
But, what you might not know is that the printing can take something good and make it great! Ask any photographer and they will tell you, if the print is bad, the whole thing is ruined.
On the other hand, and very fortunately, a not so great piece of artwork can often be made awesome simply by adding some foil, UV spotting, or a clever cut-out. You can even turn heads by upturning all convention and print on something other than paper, like wood, plastic, or even metal!
Great! Now we've gone and made things difficult by introducing so many more options. So now how do you determine what medium should be used for what projects?
We know you don't have the time to sort through all of the options, so we make it really easy for you. With our networks of the best local printers, doing amazing things, we can help you determine what would make your project stand, and most importantly, what fits your brand best. Sometimes it's not super obvious what fits and what doesn't.
In everything we do, we are always considering the "wow factor," and so should you!
We are here ready to help you stand out amongst the millions! Let's get started!
The common print medium is gloss book, or 100 lb. paper. Whether you choose a matte, or gloss, finish, this is always a safe and good-looking go-to.
Cardstock is our most popular print option. The added thickness of the card stock adds an element of sophistication and professionalism to any piece.
Some are unaware that it's possible o print on plastic. Some of the most innovative and coolest business cards use the qualities of plastic to stand out of the card stock business card crowd.
Did you know you can print on wood? In the rare instances when a design calls for it, this can be done, and the result is amazing. From business cards to postcards, printing on wood is a creative and sure way to make your piece unique.
Yep! You can print on metal, and it is as awesome as you would imagine! If you're in the metals industry, or just looking to shine, this is the way to go. You can't anymore custom than this!