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Gnomon School of Visual Effects Folder

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About Design

This cool presentation folder was created for the Gnomon School of Visual Effects in Hollywood, a higher learning institution specializing in computer graphics training for careers in the entertainment industry. The folder was designed to hold tri-fold brochures as well as other important promotional materials.

 

Designer Bob Ward ran student artwork through an emboss/deboss treatment to sculpt the graphics, highlighting the many subtle textures in the lava creature illustration. Both the text and illustration were hit with a spot varnish to give the “dark on dark” package a sleek yet elegant look. This is one of the most ambitious presentation folders in our entire design gallery.

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Print Specifications

Custom-Made Product
Custom-Made Product

Print Method (Side 1): Sculpture Emboss, Four Color Process
Print Method (Side 2): 1 PMS Color



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