Screen, letterpress, gravure, offset or digital printing on art, offset, textured papers and foils. Applying laminates, and foiling, die-cutting and over glossing are all in a T&D day. Our expertise includes designing to achieve cost effective utilisation of material and print processing efficiencies.
Geoff Williams Stationery
Geoff Williams of artistic fame is a whacky guy! To meet his expectations we have designed and offset printed, eight different graphic full colour business cards of identical design. He has signed them off with a signature previously reserved for his paintings. A splayed "foundation" brush is illustrated full length on the left hand side and he’s opted for the painting signature again.
PSO Annual Report 2009
Fettered by budget constraints the Presbyterian Support Otago 2009 Annual Report "Challenge and Response" was married with photography par excellence to culminate in a very satisfactory outcome. Duotone graphics, a feature of the inside eight pages printed in two colours on Ambassador matt offset blended to generate ambience befitting Presbyterian Support Otago endeavour.
Scott Annual Report 2009
Acquisitions with synergies contributing to a strong financial result feature in the 2009 Scott Annual Report. Bold graphic design contrasts with pristine text page presentation detailing the group’s technological advances. Emphasis on meat processing automation is well supported by photographs which extend to a 3D illustration of a primal system. Scott is a global company.
OCT Annual Report 2009
Twenty years on... and $100 million in donations are features of the Otago Community Trust 2009 annual report. Flagship projects perforate multi-coloured page headers that introduce the detail and substance of a Trust which enhances the quality of community life throughout Otago. This 8-page tabloid is printed on Springdale offset in full colour.
PSO Can We Do Better
Noteworthy in the “Voices of Poverty” 20 page A4 report is the “look and feel” achieved throughout the inside pages using two specified colour. Panel overprinting variations, graphs, background colours, space utilisation coupled with sensitive paper selection add both texture and substance.
Diverse PSO initiatives, namely Family Works, the Buddy Programme, Enliven, Stepping Stones and YouthGro stimulate and challenge our creative abilities resulting in award winning designs and concepts for newsletters, brochures, interior and exterior signage, annual reports and other publications.
An attractive green glass container is the foundation for subtle label colour combinations chosen to blend the warmth of the Mediterranean with clean, green New Zealand. Die-cut facing and reverse labels and logotype impact at point-of-sale and stand Eden’s Paddock apart.
The time tested adage “one picture is worth a thousand words” applies to Indian cuisine for European consumption. The ability to visualise and anticipate the food on offer is an important component in “appetite appeal” and to this end T&D’s produced a calendar printed on art paper in full colour featuring food-fare illustrations.
Being chosen as the front-line design team for an Auckland based national project raising $80 million to build a dedicated athletics sports stadium is special. T&D adopted a broad format to create a graphics platform measuring 590 mm in width x 210mm wide. Superb photography made this possible.
Merging corporate and community is the function of the pyramid logotype which focuses on people and infra-structure. Work Opportunities is committed to rehabilitation and effective utilisation of people with disciplines capable of delivering services to a measured, predetermined criteria.
The best of yesteryear setting standards of excellence for today and tomorrow. The logotype reflects the status of this historic Sidey family home. Supporting brochures and a full colour folder incorporating DLE leaflets promoted luxury themed rooms with ensuites in addition to five star support services.
Show Time Specials
Our design versatility and printing knowledge generate brochures, invitations, catalogues and poster formats with impact, programmes of appropriate size and typefaces for easy in-theatre reading. “Best Show programme in Australasia” rewarded our efforts in the musical “Rush” which was followed by a taxi-cab pennant flying promotion that gave “22nd Street” unique exposure.