Custom Business Envelopes | Custom Business Stationery Printing | Letterpress Black + Blind Emboss on 70# Finch Fine A6 Envelopes, Bright White Antique w/ Straight Flap + Peel & Seal adhesive. Backdrop: Springhill Bristol Cover in “Peach”.
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DMA United has brought a definitive interdisciplinary approach to branding, marketing, and media storytelling since 1994. In their own words, “The union of these disciplines places DMA United at the forefront of modern brand development. The agency transcends traditional marketing and business expectations, strategically differentiates brands and personalities in a competitive landscape, and crafts unique polycultural transmedia platforms.”
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A cursory glance through the multimedia productions from DMA United reveals air-tight commercial work that resonates with maximum cultural excitement—-a delicate balance to accomplish, let alone maintain. As branding experts, DMA translates the full expression of their ethos to a cohesive set of printed collateral.
Direct & Formal without sacrificing comfort or ease, this Corporate Suite succeeds from the strengths of top quality paper. Finch provides luxurious weights with a supreme, smooth texture that demands your pen. Beyond the premium paper, knowing which aspects of your design to accomplish with the right printing technique will set your stationery among the stars. Our Sample Department will help you decide where to apply the best complementary forces for specialty printing: Black & White, Matte & Shiny, Traditional & Future-Facing.
In the instance of DMA’s custom Business Cards, the special effects on one side strengthen the specs on the other. On the front, a blind Emboss bar-graphic bolsters the black foil Company Logo above. The flip side utilizes the resulting concave effect from the embossing as a bonus design feature to lend hierarchy to the business information. This incidental deep-impression effect is called a deboss: the choice spec for communicating depth of character as well as cultural capital.