Can I letterpress 5,000 invitations? How long will it take to engrave my project? Where do I get foil samples? Is this shape too small to diecut? Is it possible to combine foil stamping, debossing and engraving?
These are just some of many questions designers have about specialty printing and finishing techniques. If you’d like to learn more about foil stamping, embossing, debossing, engraving, letterpress, thermography, diecutting, and laminating, then the Design with Special Print Techniques webinar is a must-see event.
Special guest speakers from the Philadelphia-based design, branding and letterpress studio Two Paperdolls, Vanessa Kreckel, owner and executive creative director, and Greg Ash, creative director, will bring their years of branding expertise to this free webinar.
This dynamic duo will help you to understand specialty printing and finishing techniques and how to combine them into your design for greatest effect.
They’ll share some amazing examples of the work done at Two Paperdolls (including Neenah Paper’s newest limited-edition engraved print), answer the questions graphic designers ask most often, and share tips and tricks sure to make your next creative project successful:
- Building files for specialty techniques (Do different techniques require different types of artwork?)
- Understanding the process (Will the printer engrave or laminate first?)
- Avoiding pitfalls (Is that type too thin to be foil stamped?)
- Ensuring success (How can my printer help me get the results I want?)
- Making the most of your budget (Should I sculpture or multi-level emboss?)
Don’t miss Design with Special Print Techniques. This webinar is free thanks to the generous support of Neenah Paper.
In addition, 25 lucky attendees at the live event will be entered into a drawing to receive the Neenah Paper limited-edition engraved print discussed during the webinar. This is a truly special gift considering there are only around 100 commercial engraving facilities in the United States today.
Reserve your seat today for Design with Special Print Techniques at www.paperspecs.com/webinar.