We're back to close the chapter on the wine labels with this latest article on the subject. In our last post, we discussed the different printing processes and embossing techniques available to you in order to structure your small paper surface so that it best reflects the uniqueness of your wine.
Today, we are going to take a look at the gilding which has the power to give a luxurious aspect to your product and which allows to restore down to the smallest detail. The choice of paper is also important, in front of a large panel you will have to know what you want to transcribe on your wine labels, a modern or more traditional effect.
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Hot stamping allows a wide variety of colors. There are many brilliant, satin or matt colors that can be tinted, gold, silver, red, green, blue, pearl or even white gilding… The choice is considerable.This technique allows a raised or flat impression wine labels and embellishes your dressing by giving it a shiny and luxurious appearance.
Hot foil stamping is a classic process used in all areas of printing and art, it consists of depositing color or metal pigments under the combined effect of pressure and heat. Current techniques allow impeccable precision to be obtained by using both classic metals (gold, silver, bronze) and synthetic colors with various effects (pearly white, brilliant pink, holographic red, etc.).The textured hot foil allows to bring a 3D effect to the packaging which immediately makes the potential buyer want to touch the bottle and take it in his hands.
Holographic gilding has two major assets, firstly it brings a visual effect and a fantastic marketing impact thanks to the multicolored reflections it brings and depending on its use it makes counterfeiting almost impossible because it is very difficult to reproduce.
The re-printable gilding offers depth to the wrappings, by printing up to 6 colors or a four-color on a silver or an over-printable gold, the illustrations of your wraps will have a surprising metallic and shiny rendering.The reprint on gilding thus offers multiple possibilities to bring detail and depth to the coverings. It brings out the models and allows them to stand out.
Curved gilding is directly taken from goldsmith techniques, it combines classic or curved embossing with hot gilding and gives the possibility of associating this gilding with a 3D relief in order to obtain an extremely fine and worked curve.wine labels This technique allows you to personalize your dressing and give it a huge visual impact. It is also possible on all kinds of paper and film supports as well as on transparent polypro.The curved “diamond point” gilding lends itself nicely to large and thick fonts. The relief has sharp edges giving a contemporary look to your brand and thus improving its readability.