material and technology
In the face of things
The tension between light and shadow is perfectly realised in the cover design.
NATURELLE COULEUR – for the most beautiful invitation card
For 30 years the Hermann Schmidt Verlag is fascinating 5,000 creative people and print enthusiastics as well as literature lovers by its invitation card for the book fair. This year our new fabric NATURELLE COULEUR in the colour "lavendel" is chosen for the invitation to the booth of the publisher in hall
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DUCHESSE fabric for Brenners Park-Hotel
When successful communication and high-level competence among customer, graphic designer, material supplier, printing plant and book bindery come together, dreamlike ideas turn into convincing reality. The result is now a brilliant work of art, which suits to the spirit of the Brenners Park-Hotel in Baden-Baden.
SCREENPRINTING ON SURBALIN AT IT FINEST
The new Peyer Cover collection folders impress with high-quality materials, bright colors and excellent screen printing in processing.
CHEZ SCHNABEL – SCREENPRINTING ON CRYLUXE
A whole series of actors must be involved if an unusual masterpiece is to be presented in such an unusual form.
Rounded arcs instead of straight lines
A beautiful – curved – rear can also endear. The design folder Atelier Binder is fascinating us. Copyright protected, developed and produced by IBA Hartmann in Augsburg.
deep black is the new...
It has been part of our Peyer collection already for some time and it is not only applied “because it is just more black” than other shades of black.
BEST BOOK DESIGN FROM ALL OVER THE WOLRD
Much has been written already about this extraordinary book. An overview of the most beautiful books in the world. Not a small claim that had to be met here with the cover design.
Gin is the answer.
Skin Gin has developed a great packaging together with Erfurt Etuis - an extraordinary bottle covered with CRYLUXE alligator.
gatefolded brochure in PEYVIDA puro
The new series of gatefolded brochure on classic authors by Römerweg publishing house is a successful example of teamwork between designer, publisher and printer.