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Luxury Fine Print

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we deeply care for unrivalled brand experiences. In order for a brand or product to truly shine, we use a multi faceted approach of analogue and digital tools and measures. To create stunning results and mesmerising tactile experiences, we offer a wide range of production services, paper stocks and methods.

Below you’ll find an overview of the most common techniques with a brief description of the individual technique to answer the most common questions up front.

Why not take a look and get in touch so we can discuss your ideas together.  




Letterpress is a beautifully tactile printing technique with a deep  printing impression and soft edges for a smooth, yet luxury result. It requires the use of printing stamps referred to as cliché to produce its indented impression.

Hot Foil

Hot Foil is a rather versatile finishing technique which transfers foil through heat and a metal cliché onto the product. Hot foil can be used with both embossing and debossing and even to create plastic reliefs. In our studio we offer a unique way to achieve a similarly mesmerising effect for small scale projects without the need for a cliché. We call this technique hot foil engraving. With this technique we can produce hot foiled goods starting from as little as one piece. hot foil is available in many colours, from gold, silver and copper to almost any colour of the rainbow. This technique is sure to impress and rise your project to the next level, adding a little extra luxury to the finished piece. 


Embossing is a method used to create a raised relief impression on paper. This can be used in conjunction with ink or foil or blank which creates a timelessly sleek blind embossing. 


Just like embossing, debossing produces an imprint on paper. While embossing creates a raised mark, debossing yields an indented impression. When used in combination with ink this method is referred to as Letterpress. Debossing also works great as it is without the use of ink as so called blind debossing or with foil as hot foil debossing. 

Offset print

Offset printing is a popular and efficient method for high-quality prints in large quantities. Ink is transferred from a metal plate to a rubber blanket, then onto the printing surface like paper. The term “offset” means the image is first transferred to the rubber blanket before reaching the final material. This process enables precise and sharp prints, perfect for books, magazines, and brochures. Offset printing is widely used for its consistent and vibrant results, especially in mass production. Additionally, it can produce stunning prints in silver, gold, or white alongside standard colors.

Digital Print

Digital printing is a modern, efficient technique that directly transfers digital files onto materials like paper, fabric, or plastic. Unlike traditional methods, it doesn’t need physical plates or screens. Using digital data and computer-controlled technology, it reproduces images or text quickly and cost-effectively, especially for smaller print runs. Each print can be customized individually without setup costs, making it flexible. It’s popular for personalized items like business cards, flyers, and banners, as well as on-demand printing. It can even produce prints in gold, silver, white, varnish, or neon, thus offering great results at a comparatively small price.

Fine art print

Fine art Print is an ink-pigment based digital printing technique which produces fine prints in the highest gallery quality. High colour accuracy, a maximum resolution of up to 5760 x 1440 dpi for unrivalled details paired with rich blacks yield in stunning results every time. Printed on archival paper this technique conforms with archive standards. When used on Hahnemühle Paper, this method produces the finest Giclée Art Prints. We produce fine Art Prints in house up to A2 format. 

Plot and die-cut

Plotting is a method used to cut forms from a wide variety of material such as vinyl, paper, cardboard or even leather. It is used for sign making and small scale productions. Apart from using it for prototyping, we use plotter machines for a wide range of things such as card making, packaging, stickers and stationery. Die cutting in contrast to plotting is the cutting method used for large scale productions. It uses a die, a special metal cutting form, which works similar to a cookie-cutter. This method is perfect for large scale productions, especially for packaging and special form cut designs. 


We proudly work with Gmund paper. Locally produced at the nearby Tegernsee in Bavaria. Fuelled by the industry‘s best ideas and powered by nature with 100 % hydro power. Gmund offers an exquisit range of papers from the world’s first carbon neutral colour paper to the first fine paper made from 100 % hemp to more luxurious paper stocks such as Gmund Gold, Kaschmir or Cotton. Leading brands such as Mont Blanc or BMW trust in Gmund and so do we, offering you what we believe is the world’s best paper. 

tailor made

next to the assortment of fine papers from Gmund we also offer other fine paper options upon request. If you’re looking for something extra special, we’re happy to assist you with the production of bespoke paper, tailor made for you. No matter how bold your ideas might be – we’ve got you covered.

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