To create something memorable we needed to identify the first point of contact, the cover. We sourced a specialist stock which was an Italian leather effect material and designed a 25th symbol cleverly created by flipping the assets of their main logo to create the 25 mark. This was applied using a debossed print technique to the leather effect stock which in turn was glued to a heavy duty board to create a robust cover. A silver foil ink was also applied as a lettepressed finish.
Creating the design and layout was only part of our service for this brochure. We also sourced and managed the print process, commissioning a local print company to undertake the task of completing the final finished article.
With an entourage of special print finishes the print job had to be meticulous. Pages included spot UV varnish and a 5th metallic silver ink colour as an extra touch.
A trace simulator inlay sheet was applied to give an extra sense of prestige to the brochure. This sheet carried a bold, high impact statement printed in the metallic silver ink. After applying the leather effect front and back covers, the whole brochure was sealed using nickel screws for that finishing touch.
The final brochure was unveiled at a special dinner to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Tees Valley Community Foundation. Trustees who were part of the charity at the very beginning enjoyed the brochure which also depicted tales of how the charity was formed.
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