Manter, a manufacturer of self-adhesive materials, has unveiled a new selection of papers called Imaginative Colours. The catalogue contains 22 different papers ‘with high aesthetic value’, and also contains a technical guide that educates printers and designers about how to best use the papers.
The Imaginative Colours range has been designed to show printers, designers and end users that the paper can be a crucial part of a label’s design, says the company.
Many of the papers in the new range are colored en masse during production, meaning that all the fibers are the same color. This means that the label will retain its color when the reverse side is viewed through a bottle, for example. Labels also maintain their color even if damaged during transport. Also, while the surfaces of white paper can be printed, the sides will always be white, which doesn’t happen if the fibers are the same color.
Manter has launched a website, www.imaginativecolours.com, which contains all the materials in the new range.
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