This series of award winning interpretive leaflets and Heritage Trail leaflets were re-designed and printed for our client, Shetland Amenity Trust. Part of this local organisation’s remit is to promote the cultural and natural heritage of the Shetland Islands and provide relevant information.
The leaflets are widely distributed for the local and tourist markets and have proved extremely popular. Various heritage trail leaflets give information on activities for families, locals and tourist alike. From the island of Fair Isle in the south to the island of Unst in the far North of Shetland and covering a multitude of other categories such as wildlife, archaeology and places of interest to name but a few, the interpretive leaflets are perfect for anyone requiring well researched information about Shetland, its culture and heritage.
Customer: Shetland Amenity Trust
Job Description: Printed from fully imposed, CMYK enabled, pdf files created using InDesign software with all high resolution images in place supplied on disk by client.
Size/Materials: 12pp, 1/3 A4 printed on 150gsm 75% recycled silk.
Design/Prepress: Imposed to printer’s imposition on Apple iMac desktops from print-ready PDF files, with all CMYK enabled high resolution images in place, supplied by client using Indesign. Artwork output to metal plates on Agfa Galileo Computer to Plate (CTP) system. Job proofs were supplied in PDF format. Pressproofs for colour matching output on Epson StylusPRO 7800 Colour Proofing System.
Printing: Full colour process and machine sealer throughout on our Komori S29 commercial printing press. One section printed work and turn. Colour profiles for job content sent directly from prepress to Komori’s automated ink management system, facilitating precise colour matching. Full colour process throughout on our Komori S29 commercial printing press. Printed on quality recycled stock this paper is produced from 50% de-inked post-consumer waste, 25% pre-consumer waste and 25% virgin fibre.
Finishing: Job trimmed to finished size on our Polar 76 EMA guillotine microcomputer controlled programmable guillotine before being folded on our Stahl folder using three buckle plates.