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Metallic Pantone inks tend to be less opaque than other printing inks. Steven Palmer struggled with this at first, but with a little help from experienced pressmen and some tweaks on his end the final prints came out exactly how he intended. 

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Client

GM Financial


Quantity Produced

3,600


Production Cost


Production Time

1 Week

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Paper Stock

Neenah / Classic Crest / Epic Black / 80C / Smooth


Number of Colors

1 Spot / PMS 877 Metallic Silver (double bump)

Varnishes


Binding


Typography

DIN
LHF Bank Note

 


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Project Description

This is an invitation set for GM Financial's booth at the 2013 National Automobile Dealers Association trade show. The invitations were mailed to dealers nationwide and included a personalized code for the recipient to enter in an interactive kiosk to win cash and prizes.

Production Lesson(s)

This was probably the most nerve-wracking print project I'd ever worked on, since it was the first time I'd worked with a metallic PMS on a dark stock. With a setup like this, I quickly discovered it was almost impossible to accurately proof ahead of time. but with a lot of careful calculation, a little guesswork, and the help of some amazing pressmen, the end result was exactly what I hoped for.”

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Duncan Robertson

Former intern at UnderConsideration LLC.

More: Online / On Twitter

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Date Published

October 7, 2013

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Die-cut
Digital
Foil stamp
Invitations
Offset

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