Marchioness, the New England-based curators of European antiques, textiles, and garden accents, approached DataGraphic to help them carry on the essence of antiquity through their luxury branded stationery and packaging.
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Grown from a 90+ year-old family print house, we deliver specialty and fine commercial printing to some of the world’s most prestigious brands. See how we bring our clients’ visions to life.
We offer the widest range of gorgeous papers, luxe foils and wonderfully tactile coatings to produce your luxury packaging that will entice your customers’ senses. Most all of our processes are done in-house to ensure the utmost quality control and consistency. No projects are too complex and tight deadlines are our specialty. Made in the USA.
Enhanced with satin gold foil, the box has a magnetic closure, color coordinated ribbon pull and is wrapped with a beautiful lithograph featuring a foil stamped and embossed covering.
Who doesn’t need more peace, love & happiness in their lives right now? We showed off our newly acquired saddle/side sewing binder by creating a “Bright Future” side sewn notebook set.
With its signature misregistered red and cyan plates this 3D magazine could be the farthest thing from “uncool” we’ve seen in a while. The unique and stylized photography throughout the magazine only adds to the fun.
The weight or heft of a case bound book is generally what makes it seem like an important object. However, when you wrap that book in a luxe matte film lamination, it takes the piece to a whole other level of WOW.
The legendary Italian menswear brand, Brioni, wanted to extend a rather generous offer to a select group of clients and needed a letterpress invitation suite to suit.
KITU, the makers of Super Coffee, asked the multi-process masters at DataGraphic to produce some influencer kit packaging that needed to wow some of the most jaded folks on social media. We brought our A-Game.
Garnished with a hip identity and a brand color scheme ready to compliment their offering, the final, printed real estate folder successfully conveys the vibe while communicating the most compelling aspects of the property.
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Every Door Direct Mail
We’re pleased to announce Every Door Direct Mail® (EDDM®) services to promote your small business in your local community. If you’re having a sale, opening a new location, or offering coupons, EDDM can help you send postcards, menus, and flyers to the right customers. Please contact us to learn more about this exciting new service.
Our Printing Services
Check out the many fine in-house printing services we offer below. We love combining different processes to create new effects. Please contact us if you you are looking for a particular finishing that’s not showcased here.
Foil stamping uses pressure and high heat to release a thin film onto the substrate. The image to be stamped is etched in relief on the plate (so it is raised, rather than recessed).
Embossing (or debossing) uses heat and pressure to raise (or lower) paper fibers above (or below) the surface of the substrate. Artwork is transferred onto a metal die, by routering, photo-etching or hand-tooling.
Thermography is, as its name suggests, hot printing. It creates raised imagery – and interesting textures – by fusing tiny granules of thermo powder with wet offset inks. The thermography unit is attached to a standard offset press.
Creating a die cut shape or window involves cutting a substrate – usually one sheet at a time – with a die. This process can cut an entire sheet into a shape, put slits in a folder, or cut a window into a page.
Screen printing or serigraphy is essentially a stencil process whereas the image is imposed onto a specialized mesh (screen) which allows the ink to be transferred onto the printing surface. Inks or coatings are pushed through the apertures in the mesh by way of a squeegee under pressure.
Digital printing allows your designs to be printed directly onto a variety of substrates. Modern digital presses use electroink digital ink technology.
Engraving is a pressure process that transfers ink directly from an engraving plate onto the paper. Automatic engraving presses can run at speeds between 4,000-5,000 impressions/hour.
To achieve an edging effect, colored pigment or foil is applied to the edges of a short pile of stock after the pieces have been printed.
Offset lithography is the most common printing method. The inked image is transferred from the printing plate to a rubber blanket and then onto the paper. All litho presses basically work the same way, whether they are sheet-fed or web, which uses a huge roll, called a web, of paper.
DataGraphic Operational Update
We are open for business to the extent that current restrictions allow. Much of our office staff is still working from home, but our print production and fulfillment teams are safely ensuring that our customers are receiving their orders. We are fully staffed to receive your phone calls, email inquiries and orders.