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Glitter and Pearlescent

Glitter and Pearlescent

Glitters and sparkles, who doesn't love them? Consumers love it! Glitter pearlescent effects on packaging or labels help a brand to stand out. In any case, special printing effects provide a special look. What stands out with this glitter pearlescent print effect is that people always want to touch it.
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Spot UV

Spot UV

Spot UV is a lacquer layer with extreme gloss. And can be a great way to emphasise certain areas of the print. Highly suitable for accentuating logos, texts, icons or parts of an image. Adding Spot UV to a packaging or label print creates a unique and luxurious look.
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Gilded classic gold, silver, bronze and copper

Across the globe, value has been attached to precious metals such as gold, silver, bronze and copper for thousands of years. Even colour tones of these precious metals increase the value. These colour shades are indispensable in fashion, cosmetics and interior trends. Gold, silver, bronze and copper appeal to almost everyone. They are absolute classics.
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High gloss brilliant silver

Metallics in bright colours

When it comes to metallic colours most people immediately think of the classic metal colours such as gold, silver, bronze and copper, but nowadays it is also possible to create bright, more distinct (less natural) colours. For example, think of CMYK and PMS metallic colours.
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Metallic foil

Metallic foil

Metallic foils have a shiny mirror-like surface and make packaging stand out. Metallic foils are usually printed to mimic a metallic look. Most people immediately think of metallic colours such as gold, silver, bronze and copper, but metallic foil is also available in bright (unnatural) colours such as purple, red, blue, green.
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Printing without ink

Printing without ink

Printing without ink sounds unreal, but is definitely possible. By merely adding relief to paper or cardboard, a tactile and visible image or text appears. The relief is three-dimensional and plays with light, shadows, textures and the position of the viewer. The 3D relief effect is not dependent on colour.
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Microstructures

Microstructures

A great way to add a tactile or dramatic print effect to a package or label is to use a micro-textured pattern. In addition to the visual patterns of micro-controls, it is also possible to apply the lacquer in high volumes. This provides an extra dimension, a tangible accent that invites the consumer to touch the print.
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3D texture patterns

3D texture

Relief gives structure to the surface and brings paper or cardboard to life. People are often tempted to touch relief patterns. Both visual appeal and touch influence the experience and impression of a product and brand.
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Matte and gloss

Matte and gloss

Matte and glossy effects do not just play with the eyes, they also create texture. The subtle softness of the matte effect, combined with the reflective high gloss immediately adds an interesting “look & feel” added value to product presentations.
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Soft Touch

Soft Touch

Most print effects appeal to the visual. Soft touch, on the other hand, primarily appeals to the touch. Soft touch's velvety texture stimulates the curiosity of touch. The matte look creates a luxurious look and leaves a lasting impression on those who touch it. In addition to texture, Soft touch also offers extra protection against scratches and fingerprints to your packaging or label.
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Holographic foil

Holographic foil

The reflection of the light causes a pattern, design or image in the foil to change colour. The larger a hologram, the more incidence of light and the more 'spatial' the holographic reflection. The effect of a hologram is magical and can be a great way to get noticed by consumers.
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Pearlescent foil

Pearlescent foil

Pearlescent foil has a smooth texture and, in combination with paper or cardboard, generates a dreamy, soft glamour look. Pearlescent foils can be transparent or slightly translucent and have a shiny pearl effect when used on white paper. They do add some colour, but are mainly used to make a certain element of the print shine.
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Fluorescent (neon) colors

Fluorescent (neon) colors

Make an unforgettable impression with neon! Fluorescent (neon) colors are super bright, because they contain pigments that absorb ultraviolet light that then reflects.
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