Direct color deposit on paper, color strips, off-set printing … which is the most effective? It really depends on what you need, so it’s a good thing we offer options.
Direct Color Deposit
Direct deposit applies a color lacquer directly onto paper to produce multiple independent swatches without having to cut and glue samples to the surface. It is a nice, sharp process that can even be applied in unique shapes, while needing less labor for production. This method is ideal for color wheels, swatch books, brochures and point-of-purchase displays.
Color strip production is a method of continuous application of a color over large surfaces, typically used for large samples and chips. Substances can even be added to produce a nice, even texture. This process is most commonly used for paint or coating samples and color cards.
Need yet another option? How about off-set printing … we offer that, too! If you aren’t too particular and just have a few simple colors that need to be matched, why not do it in spot-color ink? Match your color to a Pantone® swatch or we can custom-blend ink for you. Various paper stocks and coatings can be used to add the proper sheen and recreate a pretty nice presentation at a great value.
Plastic color samples from Leave Your Mark dramatically reduce marketing costs over traditional systems, while displaying them in innovative ways with proven results.
Leave Your Mark, through our partner Glass Slate Digital, is on the cutting edge of digital innovation. We can make your color palette come alive in exciting and interactive ways.