02 Dec 2019
It has been made ‘rough’ on top with light deposit of abrasive coating by screen and is embossed with UVH crystal and reflective coatings. Vignettes and textures make this label attractive.
The sample, Champion Stout, is dense black printed on metalised substrate with embossing done with UVH gloss.
The label for Teacher’s Highland Cream Scotch has been printed on metalised biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) with heavy buff colour (two shots) and a copperish lacquer at the bottom.
The rays and the brand name are showcased in clear refractive coating laid by screen process.
The Jim Beam Bourbon label has been printed on plain cast-coated paper. The dense black is achieved with two shots of black and heavy matt.
Intricate hot foil and screen-laid embossed signatures make the label look simple yet elegant.
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