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For four-colour cover motifs, it is best to use offset or digital print. Does that sound boring to you? It does to us as well. That is why we will introduce you to a few interesting variations.
Usually a four-colour cover motif is printed on so-called illustration printing paper and protected with cellophane before being further processed into a book cover. Cellophane not only serves to protect from scratches and coffee or tea stains, but it also improves the colour reproduction of your motifs. Decide for yourself if your book should be ----- laminated matte or shiny – cost-neutral and always included by brandbook.
UV-digital print is put to use here. With this digital printing process it is now possible to print four-colours directly onto smooth cover materials. Cellophane is not necessary. Smaller editions are possible, but cost more than the classical offset process.
Fine leather structures printed with four-coloured motifs is not technically impossible. In this case, uv-digital printing is used for flawless printing results. Smaller editions starting at 50 copies are also possible.
In short: it feels good and looks great. This printing technique is popular with our fashion and lifestyle customers, but this shouldn’t remain isolated to those groups. Colourful motifs, patterns, batik and photos can also be printed on linen with offset printing. Great colours printed on the most beautiful linen – that sounds like the future of individual notebooks!
Even on Jeans Label Material, one of our most innovative materials, we are able to print four-coloured motifs. We tested this and found it to work very well! It gets an A+, because not only the natural haptic survives, but also the colour reproduction is very natural.