Screen printing can use Pantone inks, making it a great customisation option to enhance brand identity and ensuring colour consistency across all branded media.
Screen printing is perfect for large flat colours and simplistic multi-coloured designs, as seen on the premium notebooks produced for the Mayor of London’s Cities Summit event; or Channel 4’s iconic logo branded on their premium notebooks, where the four colour design has achieved a vivid and eye-catching finish.
The art of screen printing involves applying a stencil to a mesh screen, or silk screen, ink is then pushed through the mesh screen and onto the product. The ink can only adhere to the notebook through the areas not blocked off by the stencil. When more than one colour is required, the ink is left to dry before the next colour is added via an additional screen. We can screen print onto any of our products that have a smooth surface, and we are always happy to advise you on what process would work best with your brand and desired finish.