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Brochure
Printing technique: HP Indigo
Paper: uncoated paper
Binding: saddle stitch binding

Fedrigoni papers

Sirio Color Arancio,Giallo 140 gsm

Woodstock Cipria 140 gsm

Brochure

When extensive contents have to be communicated and the space in a leaflet is not enough, one may decide to produce a brochure, which is a booklet with a small number of pages (generally no more than 32). Brochures are printed using the signature system, which must be kept in mind during the design stage when choosing the format. If the brochure must be mailed it is important to consider the envelope formats and the weight, to avoid higher mailing costs.

Digital printing

A digital printing system, such as laser or HP Indigo technology, makes it possible to achieve a result similar to offset printing but without the use of a template being as the image is transferred directly from a file. Digital technology is a great solution for printing small quantities and is mainly used in print-on-demand systems and in customised printing applications to achieve more effective and targeted communication. It is always a good idea to check which types of paper are compatible with digital printing as these are characterised by a special treatment which guarantees optimum performance.

 

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HP Indigo printing on Woodstock Cipria paper 140 gsm
HP Indigo printing on Sirio Color Gialloro paper 140 gsm
HP Indigo printing on Sirio Color Arancio paper 140 gsm
Binding

Given the limited number of pages, saddle stitching is the most common form of binding for brochures, but perfect binding may also be used, selecting, for example, glue binding. It is not uncommon, however, to come across more elaborate versions such as thread stitching or Singer sewn bindings, while sometimes the brochure may be folded only, i.e. without binding.

Soft cover binding

London College of Communication Degree Show Guides

by Nina Jua Klein Studio – United Kingdom
Fedrigoni Top Award 2019 / Hp selected

 

Studio Nina Jua Klein designed the exhibition of works by students of the London College of Communication who graduated in 2017, taking inspiration from the College’s history of training students in the printing industries. The Exhibition Guide was printed on detachable strips of colour paper hung from pegs on the walls, with a different colour for each different course: Media, Screen, Printing and Design. Using special software developed by HP Indigo, the text on each sheet could be printed in a different position by progressively increasing the portion of the title printed at the top and bottom of each sheet to create a kinetic effect. A practical and innovative way to communicate with the exhibition’s young audience.

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London College of Communication Degree Show Guides

by Nina Jua Klein Studio – United Kingdom

Fedrigoni Top Award 2019

Hp selected

 

Studio Nina Jua Klein designed the exhibition of works by students of the London College of Communication who graduated in 2017, taking inspiration from the College’s history of training students in the printing industries. The Exhibition Guide was printed on detachable strips of colour paper hung from pegs on the walls, with a different colour for each different course: Media, Screen, Printing and Design. Using special software developed by HP Indigo, the text on each sheet could be printed in a different position by progressively increasing the portion of the title printed at the top and bottom of each sheet to create a kinetic effect. A practical and innovative way to communicate with the exhibition’s young audience.

Features

Brochure
Printing technique: HP Indigo
Paper: uncoated paper
Binding: saddle stitch binding

 

Fedrigoni papers

Sirio Color Arancio,Giallo 140 gsm

Woodstock Cipria 140 gsm

Further details

HP Indigo printing on Woodstock Cipria paper 140 gsm

HP Indigo printing on Sirio Color Gialloro paper 140 gsm

HP Indigo printing on Sirio Color Arancio paper 140 gsm

Binding

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Brochure

When extensive contents have to be communicated and the space in a leaflet is not enough, one may decide to produce a brochure, which is a booklet with a small number of pages (generally no more than 32). Brochures are printed using the signature system, which must be kept in mind during the design stage when choosing the format. If the brochure must be mailed it is important to consider the envelope formats and the weight, to avoid higher mailing costs.

Digital printing

A digital printing system, such as laser or HP Indigo technology, makes it possible to achieve a result similar to offset printing but without the use of a template being as the image is transferred directly from a file. Digital technology is a great solution for printing small quantities and is mainly used in print-on-demand systems and in customised printing applications to achieve more effective and targeted communication. It is always a good idea to check which types of paper are compatible with digital printing as these are characterised by a special treatment which guarantees optimum performance.

 

Find out more about the starter kit

Binding

Given the limited number of pages, saddle stitching is the most common form of binding for brochures, but perfect binding may also be used, selecting, for example, glue binding. It is not uncommon, however, to come across more elaborate versions such as thread stitching or Singer sewn bindings, while sometimes the brochure may be folded only, i.e. without binding.

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