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Intertain Annual Report


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Foil stamp







Inspired by bingo cards and stock tickers, this shiny annual report for online gaming company Intertain goes heavy on the varnish to create an intriguing and playful document that wows shareholders.  




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6 Weeks / 2 Weeks Printing

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Yeppers (Dull & Gloss)


Perfect Bound



Intertain Annual Report
Intertain Annual Report
Intertain Annual Report
Intertain Annual Report
Intertain Annual Report
Intertain Annual Report
Intertain Annual Report
Intertain Annual Report
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Project Description

Intertain, a fresh new face in the online gaming world (just one year old), wanted to make a powerful statement to their shareholders with its first annual report. This online gaming company offers bingo and casino games through various brands to a global consumer base, they're also the largest online bingo-led operator in the world. We set out to create a report that would appeal to both Intertain's investment and gaming sides. Using a bingo card grid as a theming device, we first set the tone with the punched out letters on the cover–just like filling out a bingo card and a stock ticker all in one. Huge hits of varnish, Intertain's bright pink colour, an excess of foil stamping, and a few other tricks tied it all together in one standout report.

Production Lesson(s)

Varnishes are always a tricky one. Our original attempt was to use a gloss varnish on the black paper for the cover however it was not pronounced enough. Inevitably we switched to a clear foil stamp to really give it a good punch.”

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Jessica Mullen

Writer for UnderConsideration LLC.

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Date Published

September 14, 2015


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