Posts Tagged ‘Triplex’

Sparrow Design

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Triplex business cards printed for Sparrow Design.

Two sheets of 175gsm Real Grey either side of a vibrant 540gsm Mandarin with an ink to match. The heavier weight of the central card works as a great alternative to edge painting. Tasteful and effective!

Modero Letterheads & Business Cards

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Modero letterpress letterheads

Modero letterpress business cards

Letterpress business cards and letterheads for Modero, designed by Sarah Humphreys. The business cards are a heafty 810gsm Colorplan Triplex made up of 540gsm Tabriz Blue sandwiched between two sheets of 175gsm Real Grey. The letterheads are printed on 120gsm Colorplan Ice White.

Posted: September 9th, 2013 | Category: 2 Passes, Business Cards, Letterpress Stationery, Triplex
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Springy Web

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Posted: January 8th, 2013 | Category: 4 Passes, Business Cards
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CU*TS

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