PrintWeek Awards 2022: Screen Art Enterprises wins Packaging Converter of the Year (Rigid Box)

When Uttara Shah and Design Street came knocking, Screen Art Enterprises responded.

02 Nov 2022 | By PrintWeek Team

Whether it was the hand-created fabrics texture and elements inside the Aalay & Shanaya Wedding card box, which was litho-laminated with four-colour print, foiling and screen printing; the Ganesha design inside the  Ria and Rajvardhan wedding card box; the Sherfehnaz and

Julian’s wedding box with intrinsic artwork consisting of foil, embossing and laser cutting; or the Design Street’s Suitcase Design gift box, which was laced with leather stitching, form die-cut, and lock setting, the submission simply stood out.

The making of the wedding invitations had too much of complications – plucking of the threads to pasting of the layer on the edge, everything had to be perfect. What emerged from the excellently produced boxes were invites filled with foils, screen print, and laser cut. Screen

Enterprises used Kappa board, Rendezvous 270gsm and special paper to produce the boxes. The company also overcame delivery challenges. “The client was expecting the job to be done in 20 days, which was well-nigh impossible. But it was delivered in 30 days, given the complications involved in the production.

Run lengths varied from 50 to 500 pieces.

All that remained was the judges’ stamp of approval: “Excellent innovation combined with quality of the highest standard.”