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“Capturing the Culture”

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.

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