Label Printer of the Year 2016: Any Graphics

By 04 Nov 2016

We ask again. Isn’t there any label converter who can stop Any Graphics’ homerun in this category? The Noida-based label giant has been winning this category since 2012. The reason? Any Graphics has turned label printing into an art form.

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Any Graphics: Redefining the art of label printing

The ‘Eye Care Studio’ labels were designed in-house at the Any Graphics design studio. The reason the label works is the feel of the eye, which looks so original that the person looking at it can see his/her own reflection on the eye’s retina. The label was printed on metallic film with a letterpress and digital combination.

The goal of the ‘Dabur Honey’ label was elegance and attractive value-addition. The highlight is the feel of the honey dripping, which was achieved with offline thick screen coating.

The ‘Unique Designer Stocking’ labels were designed in-house based on a customer brief. As the customer gave the company a free hand, it decided to develop some unique concepts. The highlight was that the labels were kiss-cut using conventional flexible dies and the waste was removed online without any full cut. No laser cutting was used.

The ‘Authentic Seal’ labels were developed to use on top of bottles and cartons for beautification. Simple design and multiple levels of coating not only resulted in an excellent label but also added to its beauty.

Any Graphics (New Delhi)
Tel: +91 9873241844 | naveen.goel@anygraphics.in

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