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Boatyard Distillery Gin Labels

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We were really excited to be able to work with a new distillery in Ireland, The Boatyard Distillery. United Creatives are the designers behind this striking design utilizing silver hotfoils on Colorplan, taking elements of the location and history of the Distillery.

After testing different metallic foils on various papers they settled for two shades of silver on Imperial Blue Colorplan. We added a letterpress printed barcode and a blind emboss to enhance the tactile nature of the product. The labels are kiss cut to make peeling and application to the bottles as easy as possible.

If these taste as good as they look The Boatyard are onto a winner!

Check out their business cards too!

Dot Design Business Card

Dot Design Business CardDot Design Business CardDot Design Business CardDot Design Business CardA striking business card from our archives for Gareth Coxon at Dot Design. Printed 2 colours both sides on our Heidelberg platens and die cut to shape. Gareth carefully placed the design elements on each side to avoid any overlapping. The cards are printed on 425gsm cotton.

Samantha & Elliot Wedding Invitation

Samantha & Elliot letterpress wedding invitation

Samantha & Elliot letterpress wedding invitation

Samantha & Elliot letterpress wedding invitation

Samantha & Elliot letterpress wedding invitation

Samantha & Elliot letterpress wedding invitation

Samantha & Elliot letterpress wedding invitation

Samantha & Elliot letterpress wedding invitation

Samantha & Elliot letterpress wedding invitation

Samantha & Elliot letterpress wedding invitation

We love this 2 colour wedding invitation for designer Elliot Jay Stocks and his bride to be Samantha. Printed 2 colours both sides on a hefty 1000mic recycled board and finished with die cut corners. The recycled board is rough and uneven varying the impression across the print area adding texture and random imperfections, making each print different from the next.

Designed by Elliot Jay Stocks.