Iris printing – old technology , highly topical.
Our Colour Matters sample folder is an example.
Iris printing, sometimes referred to as rainbow printing, is a printing process that is hardly used anymore.
The inks are applied side by side to the machine’s pressure rollers and the oscillation is switched off.
This allows several colors to be printed in one printing process. The colour bands are increasingly running with each other.
This creates very pretty effects and the individual print sheets are more or less unique.
What is needed is an old printing machine, a sure instinct and fun and enjoyment in one’s own work.
For the long-awaited model book Colour Matters, the first volume of our emerging material and technology encyclopedia “Im Reich der Sinne” – In the Realm of the Senses,” we opted for this worthy old technique.
If you want to realize your own object with iris pressure: Please click here for the contact form