Smells Like Fresh Print — Keaykolour Notebook

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Brought to you by B&F Papers, the Smells Like Fresh Print series celebrates the beauty and tactile qualities of recently created, selected print projects. This week we share Keaykolour Notebook.

The Creative Process – Take Note

We have all experienced the highs and lows of the creative process and the light-hearted illustrations take this journey from start to finish. The full range of Keaykolour stocks have been used giving different colours and textures on each lay.

Project Title: B&F Papers 2018 Keaykolour Notebook
Studio / Design team: 2Di4 Design – Di Fuller and Stephen Fuller
Client: B&F Papers
Printer: Milne Print
Production methods: Cover: Lasercut and singer-sewn bind, All: double hit white, CMYK + PMS806, Page 1 +Spot UV overgloss x2
Paper stocks: Keaykolour Original and Keaykolour 100% Recycled

 



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