Duplex carton and multi-layer concealing of paper and cardboard
Lush or laminate-different terms for denselar process:
Sticking paper and cardboard together and creating multi-coloured layers. That sounds easier than it is in practice. Especially if they are different paper weights or even different materials. Because every paper
starts to roll when it gets damp: The “stronger” paper draws the “weaker” to it and the final product is wavy or “plates,” that
is, it dismisses itself. The larger the bow, the more-because the moisture can only escape unevenly when drying.
It is optimal when two identical papers are glued or two identical papers are concealed on a center layer. By using special adhesives and a number of other art handles, we are able to combine even unruly papers.
And what can you do with duplex carton (or triplex carton or quadrex carton)?
• Playing with colour and feel: Business cards or presentation folders of different colours are eye-catchers-with different haptics they invite you to access. For exam
ple, high smooth in front and rough at the back. Subtle messages that are grasped-in the truest sense of the word.
• The previously unused side of the paper begins to live: Because paper also has edges. In this case, the cutting edges are colored through. Colored. Or even multi-coloured. The same structure does the rest and makes completely new design accents possible.
Everything else will come to mind for yourself once you could hold a few patterns in your hands. Here you can request some: Contact