• A3 Corporate Presentation Folder for Events Company More Productions

February 28, 2017

It's great when we can mix foil colours and fabrics for company folders and this is as good an example as we have at the moment. More Productions commissioned A3 as well as A2 screw post presentation portfolios from us, which is not a size we get asked for a great deal, but they were very impressive none the less. Impressive as they should be, as impressive is what More Productions does!

The cover of the binder is in Torridge Black Buckram and the Inner cover and spine are Vistula book cloth. The Logo has been blind debossed and the 'O' in 'More' is foil stamped in HM885.

http://moreproduction.co.uk

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