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Graphic Design for Corrugated Packaging.

Graphic Design for Corrugated Packaging

by Donald G. McGaughey, Jr.

This text explains the corrugated production process as it relates to graphic design and shows designers how to develop a suitable design for direct printing on corrugated packaging. Topics include: the limitations of the equipment used for printing in the box plant; the versatility of the materials and substratives; the options that are available for creating effective selling designs, and more. The book features over 100 full-color examples, plus a glossary of terms, a bibliography, and a complete index. An invaluable tool for graphic designers, art directors, box plant managers, packaging buyers and specifiers, and structural package designers. Published by Jelmar Publishing. 1995. 295 pages, hard cover.

Item Number: 0638GDCP * ISBN: 1885067003

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Publication:Solutions - for People, Processes and Paper
Date:Jan 1, 2005
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