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.
Project: Renowned information designer, Nicholas Felton, once again selected DataGraphic to produce his latest Feltron Annual Report. The intricately designed 16-page book shimmers with hits of foil and floods of metallic inks. A rich, fluorescent red on the wrap around cover introduces the piece with bold fashion and highlights key points throughout the pages’ delightful […]
Not Your Average Holiday Cards Bucking the usual “holiday” colors, Sarankco opted for an almost summer-like palette for their latest holiday cards. The 5×7 inch letterpress printed cards bore 8 different 2-color designs featuring summer yellows and mid-day blues and bearing unique quotes. Much interplay goes on between trapped and overprinted colors as well as […]
Fluorescent Inks and Fine-line Foil Project: After decades in our old, crowded building, DataGraphic recently moved into a modern, spacious facility. The larger space allowed us to increase our production capacity and expand our finishing offerings. Being printers, we decided to mail out a printed announcement to let folks know about our new location and services. We created […]
Fluorescent Inks + World-Class Designers = Uncommonly Festive, Custom Printed Gift Wrap Project: DataGraphic was asked to produce a series of 11 extra-large custom printed gift wrap papers designed-by and printed for AIGA New York, belly-band and coordinating set of mini note cards and note card envelopes. Important to note that we cleverly re-purposed the waste and […]