Applied my personal branding to CD cases via screen printing for my uni hand-in.
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about 1 year ago
What kind of labels did you use for the disc? I dig the matte look you have going on.
They were 'matte CD labels' i found on ebay. Matte over gloss everyday.
@Olly Sorsby: Niiice. The thread finishes it off nicely. Do you know what mesh count you were using?
@Jason Tiernan: I think he might've screen printed the disc as well.
I love this!
This is really good @Olly, I love it! Going pretty retro, too, handing out CD's - that's like handing out LP's 10 years ago! In a good way, of course!
Love to see the process photos, also - doing it yourself is always the best! The new Arts & Crafts movement is in full swing!
@Aaron C-T Thanks Aaron! Sorry, i wouldn't have a clue! It's only my second time screen printing and just get given a screen at uni. Yes, i printed onto the labels.
@Joseph Alessio Cheers man, yeah i'm all about retro design styles! Indeed, you can treasure something which you have created yourself.
@Aaron C-T I'm guessing it's relatively high, probably 230-280, given the print quality on the thin lines, and the mesh is yellow, which usually means 230+ (not always though).
Nice one Olly!
@Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase @Jennifer Cirpici Thanks :)
how did you print onto the cd? looks really well!
@Grace Margetson I printed onto some adhesive cd labels which i found on ebay. Thanks!
You better get top marks bro! Such good branding all over.
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