Two books were produced for Culturatti Ink. The books were produced digitaly, the full color covers were printed on the NexPress, while the black & white interior pages were printed on our Nuvera.
Both books were over 100 pages and were perfect bound.
Murray Grant — Artist Portfolio
Designed by Phil Tourney at Tournee Studios, Indianapolis, Indiana. This beautiful book was printed on the Nexpress. When everyone looks at this piece, their first reaction is “This was printed digitally?” This gallery does not do the piece justice, please ask your salesperson to see a copy of this book.
This 24-page artist portfolio was printed on 80# Cougar Natural Text paper stock for the interior pages, while the cover was printed on 100# Cougar Natural Cover. There was also a translucent sheet printed off the Nexpress on Glama Natural.
The entire book was scored using the Letterpress, it was collated and saddle-stitched on the Duplo.
Heartland Film Festival — Passes
Printing Partners is proud to be a sponsor of the Heartland Film Festival.
The Event Passes were printed variably on the Nexpress. They were 4-color on both sides with the participants name and organization on both sides. A set of blank passes was also supplied.
They were trimmed to 3.25 x 6.25-inches. The paper used was 80# Sterling Digital Dull Cover.
The passes were boxed and delivered to the client.
This variable printed piece was printed on 80# U Digital Dull Cover.
There were 38 different versions of this variable postcard. The variable elements for these cards included, the photographs, signatures with accompanying name and title, and salesperson’s contact information.
We worked very closely with the client to make sure the data was correct. Once the piece was printed it was die-cut and scored, hand-folded and sorted for mailing.
Designed by Ogle Design this series of Postcards was printed variably on the Nexpress.
The four locations for Crestwood, each had their own postcard. The data supplied dictated which card a person received and the offer that was included.
The postcard was addresses and a barcode was printed on each.