At OK PRINT, our mission is to create  and foster longterm relationships, whether with our clients, suppliers, partners and anyone else who shares our vision of a creative world where individual talents and abilities are sourced for collective brilliance without prejudice of age, gender or experience.

We aim to provide our clients with the opportunity to represent themselves favorable from the offset with ‘an artistic first impression’. We are more than just a printing company, in fact we are more than just a business. We are human beings and we care.

“OK PRINT” – An Artistic First Impression.


Foil stamping London

Foil Stamping

The foil stamping technique and its effects can be used to add value to printing products such as foiled business cards, brochures, flyers, magazines, souvenirs, to decorate packaging, calendars and many more. The foil stamping process, which can also be referred to as dry stamping, foil printing, leaf stamping, hot foil stamping or plain hot stamping; largely due to the use of heat in the creation process.

letterpress in London


Letterpress is an ancient, prime printing format, it receives its name in connection with a feature of printing form. The pattern to be printed is transported to the material by higher elements of a printing form, intervals between them which are called spacing are deepened. This printing form remained the basic one through several centuries, because of the simple principle of work and easy printing forms of production.

Screen Printing, London

Screen Printing

Today, the silk screen printing method is still considered relevant and popular for creating art, especially on fabrics. Silkscreen printing is considered one of the oldest and easiest ways to print. With this method you can achieve different combinations, each with its own level of originality.

Raised ink printing

Raised Ink

Thermography or “Raised Ink” technology form a relief image when a special resin powder is poured on wet paint, which is then placed under the influence of high temperatures to fuse the ink above the surface of the sheet and solidify it in the form of droplets, creating a lens effect.

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