• Black Leather A3 Presentation Folders Linley Design London

February 03, 2017

Leather Presentation Portfolio Folders.

Earlier in the year, we lucky enough to be sought out by Linley to provide 14 leather portfolios for an interior design project they were undertaking.

The project provided us with a few firsts. They asked for black leather (we had only ever used 3.5mm brown) which we had to source. Each portfolio had the property individually stamped on each cover, which meant double stamping each one with the Knightsbridge logo and then the property name.

The leather we found wasn't 3.5mm but 2.5mm bubble, which was really soft. The stamping exercise however, was costly as there were a few covers that didn't make the grade!

As an aside, we had assumed that our clients project was for a renovation of a building in Knightsbridge London. Turns out there is another very ambitious Knightsbridge being built elsewhere is the world. http://knightsbridgeprivatepark.co.uk/concept/?start=start

We're very proud to have our work in there. Thank you Ayesha at Linley https://www.davidlinley.com

Blind Embossing of Logo on Hartnack and Co Black Leather Presentation Binder





Also in Bespoke Personalised Portfolios - Blog Posts

photographer jess farmers a3 leather photography portfolio book
Family Portrait Photographer, Jess Farmers' Leather Photography Portfolio

August 09, 2018

We've been very lucky to have found Photographer Jess Farmer. This is the story behind her photography portfolio and why without her, you would not be reading this.

Continue Reading

A Full Colour Logo And The Simplified Version
A Full Colour Logo And The Simplified Version

July 24, 2018

When creating a metal die we can't use full colour artwork or grey scale (B&W) it has to be 100% black on a clear or white back ground. This sometimes means a simplified logo.

Continue Reading

Art collectors clamshell box with matching leather album
Art Collectors Provenance Boxes

July 23, 2018

Bespoke boxes and portfolio for Alan Klinkhoff Galleries in Montreal, Canada. Each of the branded boxes is to be given to an individual collector of a particular artist, to keep the relevant paper work of their collection together (basically a provenance keeper or folder)

Continue Reading