"Ooh... What's that"

 

Print With Sentation

 

Good print ain't boring. Ditch your idea of
plain printing - Let's bring fancy finishings
and the top paper quality right to you.

 

"Ooh... What's that" We're here to help you to
be a conversation starter. A print sensation
that gives you an edge over the test

 

 

Good print and paper quality,
with simplified choices, I don't see
why you aren't off to a better start!

 

 

 

 

 

Paper Goods


 

Oolors house stock papers are 100% recyclable and uncoated,
perfect for a high-end print look. We currently offer two unique
uncoated paper types. They are both natural white with different
tactile characteristics and are available in a range of weights.


We selected them due to their versatility in most print methods,
essentially making the print look remarkable.

 

Oolors Snow -

The uncoated natural white paper with a silky texture that lends
a calm and clean finish to your work.

 

Oolors Bright -

A natural white paper with an impressive natural tactility
and good printability due to the cotton content in its pulp.

 

Paper notes: FSC-certified, acid-free, fully recyclable and bio-degradable.

 

 

Fancy Finishes


We Print Everything Ourselves

We know what we’re doing – from start to finish.
If we do spot an issue? No issue, we’ll reprint it!
Everything printed and hand packed with perfection
ready right at your doorstep.

 

Tech Guide


 

1. Bleed Make sure your artwork has 3mm bleed on all

sides. Bleed is a section of your artwork that's
trimmed off to cut the paper to its final size.

2. Font Create an outline around the text - will turn typed

text into a graphic, reducing the potential risk
of missing fonts. And it still looks nice and crisp.

3. Paper Here's a guide to standard paper size:

A3 - 297 x 520 mm
A4 - 210 x 297 mm
A5 - 148 x 210 mm
A6 - 108 x 148 mm
A7 - 74 x 105 mm

4. Format Let's go with PDF file format.

5. Resolution Always save images at a minimum

of 300dpi for printing.

6. Colour We generally work in the RGB colour mode on

Screen. For printing, we use four different ink
colours CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow and black).

It's best to paper your artwork in CMYK
to avoid any nasty surprises.