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Client Work, The Inspired Network

Company Details Inspired Network team is a boutique Financial Group with their corporate office located in New Jersey. The company takes a macro-economic approach that models their clients current path and strategy. Inspired Network’s goal is to help their clients build more wealth, take less risk and protect you against various wealth eroding factors.   Logo/Identity The dynamic orbital path sweeping past the earth illustrates a minimalist and modern tone with a strong and substantial…

Layer Cards

Taste of Ink invented Layer Cards. Currently, layer cards are thick business cards designed and printed for clients everyday. It’s a card type that integrates specialty options, two card stocks, adhesive, and custom dies. Layer cards are a silk card product that creates a 3-dimensional aspect to the design and printed piece. This marketing product is completely custom and can be upgraded with decorative color foil, spot gloss highlights, and metallic inks. It has truly…

Spot Gloss Highlights

Spot gloss highlights, also known as ultra-violet cured coating, is a gloss varnish that is complimented by Taste of Ink’s silk matte finish card stock—called Silk Cards. The clear spot gloss coating is slightly raised above the paper or plastic stock and is applied in specific ‘spot’ locations. Spot gloss can be applied any side of a printed piece (front or back)  and cover a small area or a large area. Taste of…

Decorative Foil Stamping

Decorative foil stamping is the process of stamping a shiny, thin metal die onto printed card/paper stock. Each die is created custom to the design. Decorative color foil accents a printed piece by accentuating important content, imagery, or patterns. For an affordable cost, Taste Printing provides foil stamping in a variety of colors. From custom foiled brochures to die-cut business cards - foil is used as unique and professional addition to any printed piece.  This…

Debossing

There are two types of debossing. The first type is called registered debossing. This is created by printing ink and/or foil on a cotton stock. The second form is called blind debossing. A blind deboss is one of the extra features available for letterpress printing. Debossing is a blend of vector design, custom die’s, and pressed cotton cards. Without the use of ink, the copper die strikes the cotton card leaving a deep impression. Thus,…

Designs From Around the World

Do you see any changes in the logo design or business card design based on the company location? From the bustling marketplace of New York City, to the mainland of Sidney, and the provinces of Canada—“We enjoy each business relationship and will continue building more”. The client projects below have been designed and produed by Taste of Ink. The Taste of Ink design center is located in Scottsdale, Arizona - USA. “Our passion…

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