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Workshop created in 1971

Stationery

Printing techniques

Business cards are your first tactile impression, your imprint. The choice of paper first is key, as fine as in Japan, bristol or laid as in classic stationery, pop, colourful or carded as a fashion show invitation. Jacky Przedborski's business card is very complex - it is paper marquetry, with 5 different papers that are laminated edge to edge. This work has been done to offer a play of superimposed papers, with different textures and visuals, allowing for a card that is unique in its work and harmony.

"BUSINESS CARDS SHOULD ALWAYS CARRY A MESSAGE AND A COMMITMENT, THOUGHT OUT OVER TIME."

Atelier

Making a business card is doing in miniature what our workshops do best so that in the hands of your customers the techniques reveal a concern for detail, sophistication and involvement. The most difficult to make are ours, designed on a set of paper marquetry, gilding microstructure, then bevelled. They are our word as a printer, as passionate about miniature as we are about volume production because once we have mastered the small gestures, we like to reproduce the perfect gesture, to perform it for the best productivity.

Laboratory

Each identity is a research for you, an exploration for your designers, a development for us. A study of a few cases gathered here:

 

Business cards with embossing – stamping effects

Stamped with a matt gold embossing, the pure design of the AEON business card is one of the most complexes to produce, embossed on the reverse side, perfectly aligned, superimposed. Every dot is embossed in its own relief and the embossed logo is not embossed on the reverse side.

 

Printing in Pantone

Printing your business card or stationery with a specific colour in Pantone allows you to define your image, the reflection of a brand and its identity. We will help you find the right colour for your project and together we will print in Pantone.

 

Business card with sustainable design

Business cards should always carry a message and a commitment, throughout sustainably, they will only be stronger, more recyclable; they will only have more meaning. Why not make them with recovered resources, textiles, banana fibres, glass or paper with plant inclusions or even plantable. At the Imprimerie du Marais you will find these rare resources with a positive impact – all that remains is to put your brand’s imprint on them and your steps towards a better future.

"Making a business card is doing in miniature what our workshops do best."

Our editions in stationery