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Catalogues
Printing techniques: screen printing, UV-offset printing
Paper: uncoated paper
Bindings: perfect binding, svizzera

Fedrigoni papers

Tintoretto Ceylon Cubebe 350 gsm

Freelife Merida Scarlet 100 gsm

Marina Corallo 90 gsm

Materica Pitch 120 gsm

Company coordinated articles

In order to communicate with the general public and interlocutors, companies and institutions use a significant number of printed paper tools, such as envelopes, headed paper and business cards. The quality of the support used for company correspondence is an important aspect of a coordinated image and characteristics greatly affect the tone of a brand's visual identity: this becomes formal, for example, when laid or watermarked paper is selected, or informal if a simpler paper is used. The various formats of these tools are usually governed by standards, thanks to the widespread application of ISO 216.

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Screen printing and UV-offset printing on Tintoretto Ceylon Cubebe paper 350 gsm
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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Offset printing on Materica Pitch paper 120 gsm
Offset printing on Marina Corallo 90 gsm
Offset printing on Freelife Merida Scarlet paper 100 gsm
Binding

On the whole, catalogues and annual reports are held together with staples or a spiral binding, however, it is not uncommon to come across products bound with particular or special materials. The simplest alternative is glue binding, a solution which is not particularly long-lasting unless it is executed to perfection. Thread stitching is a more resistant binding option, suitable for publications with a greater value. Another excellent binding option is provided by a Singer sewn cloth cover without forgetting the possibility of not using any binding at all but relying simply on folding.

Swiss binding and perfect binding

Pierre Yovanovitch, catalogue de l’exposition Oops

by GeneralPublic – France
Fedrigoni Top Award 2019 / entrants

 

Catalogue réalisé à l’occasion de l’exposition de mobilier conçu par Pierre Yovanovitch dans la galerie new-yorkaise R&Compagnie.

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Pierre Yovanovitch, catalogue de l’exposition Oops

by GeneralPublic – France

Fedrigoni Top Award 2019

entrants

 

Catalogue réalisé à l’occasion de l’exposition de mobilier conçu par Pierre Yovanovitch dans la galerie new-yorkaise R&Compagnie.

Features

Catalogues
Printing techniques: screen printing, UV-offset printing
Paper: uncoated paper
Bindings: perfect binding, svizzera

 

Fedrigoni papers

Tintoretto Ceylon Cubebe 350 gsm

Freelife Merida Scarlet 100 gsm

Marina Corallo 90 gsm

Materica Pitch 120 gsm

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Screen printing and UV-offset printing on Tintoretto Ceylon Cubebe paper 350 gsm

Offset printing on Freelife Merida Scarlet paper 100 gsm

Offset printing on Materica Pitch paper 120 gsm

Offset printing on Marina Corallo 90 gsm

Swiss binding and perfect binding

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Catalogues

Catalogues present the range of products or services offered by companies. They directly target buyers and perform different functions, since they not only strengthen company identity, but also promote and conveniently list every single product. The same principles of publishing are valid for catalogues.

 

Recommended grammage: from 140 gsm to 200 gsm

Printing and specialty printing

Together with offset printing and hot foil stamping, printing techniques used in corporate communications include, blind embossing, that makes it possible to reproduce graphic elements on the surface of the paper without using inks: for example, blind embossing may be used if one wants a logo to appear discretely on the page. Termographic printing, whereby inked parts are in relief, is used for classic institutional printed matter (letterhead paper and business cards), but may also be used to highlight a particular element (such as a trademark) in relation to other graphic elements.

Binding

On the whole, catalogues and annual reports are held together with staples or a spiral binding, however, it is not uncommon to come across products bound with particular or special materials. The simplest alternative is glue binding, a solution which is not particularly long-lasting unless it is executed to perfection. Thread stitching is a more resistant binding option, suitable for publications with a greater value. Another excellent binding option is provided by a Singer sewn cloth cover without forgetting the possibility of not using any binding at all but relying simply on folding.

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