LETTERPRESS BUSINESS CARDS, LONDON
DESIGNED TO IMPRESS, OUR LETTERPRESS BUSINESS CARDS COMBINE OLD AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR CARDS THAT ARE BOTH BEAUTIFUL AND IMPOSING
The letterpress process has been revolutionised by technology. Where once only letters could be impressed, today designs of any variety, shape or pattern can be applied – from the delicate rings of a tree, to the smallest of dotted patterns for a subtle, retro effect. It is an ancient printing technique that is still as relevant today as it was centuries ago when it was first conceived.
Using relief printing, the letterpress process ultimately creates whatever effect you wish – from notably impressed areas, to refined, custom patterns brought to life.
Feel the difference with tactile letterpress business cards – effortlessly stylish, for an indelible impression left on your business contact.
INNOVATIVE TIPS FOR CREATING THE MOST MEMORABLE OF LETTERPRESS BUSINESS CARDS
Letterpress printing is highly recommended for business owners who want an artistic look to their business cards. Letterpress printers of our modern era, are not only skilled in printing but also well versed in artistry and designing. A highly skilled letterpress practitioner uses the tactile and dimensional characteristics of letterpress to create incredible business cards with exquisite artistry and a depth and shadowing effect that can only be produced through letterpress.
Ready to realise just how creative a design can be created when your business cards feature the letterpress effect? Browse our designs or get in touch to gain inspiration from our team as to just what’s possible.
SMALL TIPS, FOR THE MOST POWERFUL OF IMPRESSIONS:
This premium style of business card can leave a world-class impression when coupled with high quality, 600 gsm card.
Most of the orders that we create choose simple fonts and font colour combinations, so that the impressed pattern isn’t detracted from. However for a splash of colour that won’t contend against the impressed effect, you can consider a gilded edge, or a duplexed business card for a flash of colour sandwiched between the front and the back, impressed card.
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