NEW YORK ENTERTAINMENT PRINTING:
CUSTOM COLOR PROMOTIONAL COLLATERAL
A Call for Electric Color
Jenny, Jennifer, Jennifer Lopez, J.Lo, The Glowing one Herself, we call to thee to honor and armor us with the illuminations of your neon wisdom. Fill us please, con amor, amor, amor…
MISSIVE—We know the story well. From lonely sidewalks and subways, to unified revolutions in black spandex on In Living Color, she dropped and danced her way to a staring role in Selena, and a star was born. In Steven Soderbergh’s Out of Sight, she was minted in the entertainment industry, thanks to the heaps of critical acclaim brought on by the role. Next, her debut album, On the 6, brought global fame to the star, sealing her identity as a Triple Threat—perhaps the most significant of which since year 01 BCE…
Screen appearances have always kept Jennifer Lopez in the big picture—high-points include L’Oreal-soaked spindles through subdued period pieces like The Cell, and a wedding stationery-laden expose on ecru in The Wedding Planner—but it’s the music that resounds well above the cinematic frays.
With the persistence of “AMOR AMOR AMOR” on the charts + Vevo algorithms, we note a commendable return to form. Of particular recollection is the phosphorescent-hued anthem of anguished abandon, “Waiting for Tonight”. A stunning contribution to music + video arts, Ms Lopez’ world is one where midnight revelers dance under a looming clocktower, while pure sex cuts through the palpable anticipation of an approaching millennium—Will the future bring salvation or decimation? Regardless: the only solution is dance.
Satisfied with her prediction of “Yolo” 10 years ahead of the pack, Jenny parlayed her talents into the strategic, life-as-art medium of the archetypal Power-Couple. For much of the early aughts, this made the star inescapable. But for all the media prowess, a relationship with Ben Affleck—Mr. “I told him to stop doing that” himself—could offer no more than some cultural collateral for the color yellow, along with a haunting portmanteau. Notably, she called one of her subsequent husbands—the China-White Cantante—a pig on national television: a moment that will go down in herstory as the preliminary strike of lightning that scorched the path toward #MeToo. Like a Caribbean Spring of Mrs. Stone—dead weight finally behind her, Jennifer’s journey to solo-freedom brings a full flood to our collective senses.
Ever the synesthete, Jennifer Lopez brings the glow-all-night proclamations from the undying track of the season into the full color single-cover artwork for “Amor Amor Amor”.
COVER REVIEW—Neon, Neon, Neon. An accomplishment of Deep Dimensional Digital Color(DDDC), Goddess Lopez and her boy-consort, Wisin, nuzzle under an ultra violet, Cobalt black-light. Neon type sings out, competing with complementary colors for saturated heights. We applaud the use of authentic Neon—in itself, a specific element that lends its chemistry to a hazmat shade of blood-orange, and blood orange only; we relent: in colloquial practice, the term “Neon” can be used for any fluorescent highlighter hue. Credit is due to the commendable design team for measuring out the perfect administrations of tones, tints, and artful perspective, however—we wager the cause of these special effects can be attributed to the immaculate conception of the sweet, sweat-soaked lyrics, so wonderfully braided with the splendor of strobing electronic beats. Case in Print, Electric Color is the only possible custom choice. Bless.
With certainty: Premium Pantone Ink, Custom CMYK Pigments, and PMS look best when you take notes from J.Lo’s song book.
PUBLICIDE PUSHES—Custom Neon Printing. How else does one expect their notecard stationery to inspire as much awe as a clobbering club banger? Break into business and the next light-ring of the entertainment industry with eye-catching, heart-pounding Stationery.
A Buckslip from our Business Identity Suite goes a long way with an impressive Letterpress push of Hot Orange, and a friendly 4x9inch cut. The cushiony appeal of Letterpress on premium Strathmore paper will bring a sense of comfort to the writer and the recipient. Further, we recommend the practice of an unorthodox, bottom-heavy layout + typeset to draw the eye through your mailed message. The lettersheet having never been so chic, we welcome you to take on this pick from our pack.
Excellent for Party Promotion, these elevated Flyer Invitations take the Postcard format to titanic heights. Signature Color paper from Colorplan and French’s Poptone will lend your print-run the kind of candy-coated panache guaranteed to get the ravers rolling. If we really want to get elevated, Embossed Printing will bring raised, sculptured dignity to your print. Finish your luxury invite with an aquamarine Foil Stamp and a shellack of Edge Paint, and the RSVPs will hit like a heart attack.
Fluorescent and Neon colors are excellent for Music Industry Promotion, Event Invitations and Dinner Stationery, Garment Hangtags, Luxury Lookbooks. Whether you’re getting off the ground, riding high, or going back to basics, Fluorescent Color and flawless printing will send your Personal, Business, and Creative Endeavors into the Triple Threat category. Contact Publicide tonight.