A gilded invitation suite befitting of a 125th anniversary celebration. Project: Designed by Sacks Communications, this elegantly gilded invitation suite for the New York Electrical Contractors Association’s 125th Anniversary Celebration is just the stuff that gets us out of bed in the morning. We love the challenge of combining different printing processes and finishing techniques […]
When extra special real estate offerings come along, there’s no better way to communicate luxury, uniqueness and class like the rich, tactile nature of print.
A real estate identity suite as luxurious as its address. Project: Designed by renowned architects Beyer Blinder Belle, the team behind the restoration of Grand Central Terminal and The Empire State Building, 1010 Park Avenue is both a striking and contextual addition to the Park Avenue Historic Landmark District in which it is located. Such […]
Making your bakery stand out in New York City is tough, even if you’ve been serving up the best rugelach – a croissant-like Jewish pastry – for years. Fortunately for Lee Lee’s Bakery, DataGraphic crafted a logo and packaging that deftly capture what’s made it one of the most beloved institutions in Harlem for decades – the personality of its founder, Alvin Lee Smalls.
The beginning of Fall has us thinking about one of our favorite holiday traditions: spreading joy and good will with beautifully printed and tactile holiday cards. From Thanksgiving through New Years, there’s no more memorable way to show your gratitude for another successful year.
Before, during and after an event, beautifully printed collateral helps boost the overall experience for attendees and communicates a level of sophistication and quality about your organization.
Packaging projects are the most intricate and complex for a printer to produce. Custom packaging is also often a consumer’s first impression, therefore, it needs to be executed at the highest level of quality and consistency.
Offset or litho, for short, is the most common printing method whereby the inked design is transferred from the printing plate to a rubber blanket and then onto the paper. Digital printing is ideal for short runs. Designs are printed directly onto a variety of substrates using electroink technology. This digital ‘ink’ does not require additional drying time like conventional offset printing, allowing for more rapid production and finishing.
You may only know DataGraphic for having printed a very specific type of project for you — be it traditionally offset printed collateral, digitally printed brochures, engraved or foil stamped invitation suites, custom packaging, or a letterpressed or screen printed poster. But, did you know we also produce books of exquisite quality?
Screen printing is a process by which an image is imposed onto a specialized mesh (screen) creating a stencil. Inks or coatings are pushed through the apertures in the mesh by way of a squeegee under pressure and transferred onto a printing surface. With foil stamping, a design is transferred onto a substrate via a thin metallic, translucent or opaque film using pressure and high heat. The image to be stamped is etched in relief on the plate so the design is raised, rather than recessed.