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DOUGLAS WINTHROP

Douglass Winthrop is a New York City based SEC registered investment advisor. The firm manages close to $1 billion for individuals, families, trusts, and endowments.

The simplicity of this elegant presentation folder is what imparts its clean, professional look. The client chose this rich cobalt blue ink, printed with a double hit to increase saturation and ink coverage. The corporate logo is reversed out of the solid blue background.

TITLE

Presentation Folder

CLIENT

Douglas Winthrop

DESIGN

BRL Design

PRODUCTION NOTES

Printed solid PMS blue throughout on 90 lb Carnival Hopsack Solar White Embossed Cover. Die cut and pasted with two 4 1/4” pockets.

This oblong one-half inch capacity portfolio was designed to hold a set of five die-cut tab dividers. It features a wrap-around cover flap that aligns with the image on the face. The front panel has a die-cut slit which can hold a CD. Double-hits, expert finishing and extra PMS inks made this project a real showpiece..

TITLE

Media Portfolio

CLIENT

Assured Guaranty

DESIGN

Bernhardt Fudyma

PRODUCTION NOTES

Printed four-color process plus two hits of PMS blue and maroon, match gray and overall satin aqueous. 130 lb Neenah Eames Painting Vellum Finish Solar White Cover was the stock. The tab dividers were printed on matching 80 lb cover, die-cut with 3/8" extensions, collated and assembled into the portfolio.

The metallic silver theme of this piece was reinforced with a silver foil stamp over a double-hit of solid PMS black, and printed on silver Chromolux Cover. The inside required two hits of black plus satin aqueous. The difficulty was reproducing the photo of Mr. Balanchine; the only remaining print was stored in a Paris art house. The solution was to scan a printed image from the supplied art book, de-screen and re-touch it and recreate it as a double-dot duotone.

TITLE

George Balanchine

CLIENT

The George Balanchine Foundation

DESIGN

Henrietta Condak

PRODUCTION NOTES

Two-panel 9" x 12" presentation folder

Two hits PMS black plus silver foil stamp over two hits of same black plus satin aqueous. 11 pt Chromolux Silver Cover

Die cut and paste one horizontal pocket; die score vertical flap and fold

Not every job tests a printers' every talent. This very simple, yet elegant pocket folder features an opaque white pigment foil stamped logo on black linen cover.

TITLE

Corporate Presentation Folder

CLIENT

Metropolitan Companies

DESIGN

In-House

PRODUCTION NOTES

9" x 12" two-panel pocket folder

White pigment foil stamp 80 lb. Classic Linen Black Cover

Die cut with two 4 ¼" glued pockets, BC slits

Looks can be deceiving and this job is no exception. The design called for a solid PMS 550 blue with reversed type and a register blind emboss for the logo. But laying down this color blue, the formula for which is almost 85% transparent white and reflex blue, required careful consideration. To minimize mottling on the natural white Strathmore Script Cover, we substituted matte varnish ink for the white with excellent results.

TITLE

Presentation Folder

CLIENT

SeaChange Capital Partners

DESIGN

Point Five Design

PRODUCTION NOTES

Two-panel folder with two glued pockets. One PMS ink plus register blind emboss. 130 lb. Strathmore Script Natural White Cover. Die-cut with two 4 ¼" deep pockets, BC slits

The Metropolitan Portfolio project, designed by Eric Baker in collaboration with CJPW, called for a heavy-weight cover stock for each of the three books. We chose Iggesund Paperboard's sheet, Invercote because of its excellent surface and unique "grainless" qualities. To maintain cross-over alignment on page spreads the binding was completed using four-page signatures and die scoring. The three stitched booklets were fitted into a custom three-panel capacity pocket folder.

TITLE

The Metropolitan Companies Portfolio

CLIENT

Metropolitan Companies

DESIGN

Eric Baker Design

PRODUCTION NOTES

Three lots 7" x 10" booklets plus die-cut pocket folder

Four-color process plus overall gloss aqueous

8 pt and 12 pt Invercote Cover

Die-score, marry and saddle-stitch

Looking at the entire CJPW Portfolio, I wouldn't be surprised if the common thought was, "Oh they picked the most difficult projects to display." Believe it or not it seems that we DO get the mostly tough jobs, like this three-ring binder on translucent Coroplast, for example. At first glance, it looks fairly straightforward but close inspection reveals some nifty twists in the one-color silk-screening. We experimented with several screen values before we got the right percentage and also used a finer photoscreen to keep the printing clean and clear.

TITLE

"Capturing the Culture"

CLIENT

To Market

DESIGN

In-House

PRODUCTION NOTES

10 3/4" x 12 1/8" Three-ring Binder

Silk screen one PMS color, front, back and spine, full bleeds, UV cure

4-mil White Natural Coroplast

Die-cut with rounded corners; construct with white "D"-style metal mechanism and rivet to back panel with reinforcements

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