Devere Metal Etched Invitations
This classic metal party invitation style would be great for Weddings or as general party invitations. These were heat sealed into liquid filled pouches to create a unique feel.
Clear Acrylic Wedding Invitations
These glass-clear invitations were made from 3mm acrylic with polished edges, surface printed with text and reverse printed with a gold design which complemented the text without overpowering it.
Macquarie Bank Metal Invitations
When Macquarie Bank organised their Annual Metals Dinner, they wanted appropriate invitations and so chose our stainless steel, surface etched on both sides. A memorable and unusual reminder for their clients.
Masala Masala 1st Anniversary Invitations
Lacquered black metal invitations, surface etched on one face only.
Denton Wilde Sapte Invitations
Digital printed card, creased 5 times and hand finished with a pair of velcro dots, to hold a 'magic wand' in place. Magic wand springs out and expands to full length as soon as the card is opened. Finished invitations packed into black paper envelopes.
Jackass Film Premier
Our brief was to find a product that replicated an x-ray, in keeping with the scenes in Jackass - The Movie. Using digital print, and a readily available alternative to the real thing, we produced an extremely cost-effective invitation in a very short space of time.
De Beers Invitations
This invitation for De Beers was produced in glass finish acrylic to invite clients to bring their diamonds for a sparkle test. Over 30 different textures and colours are available in acrylic; from opaque colours, to frosted effects, and glow-edge fluorescent. Screen printing ensures a crisp print finish.
Sin City Film Premier
A striking black, PVC invite, printed 1 colour and backed to a printed board for use at the Sin City film premier.
Moulin Rouge Premier
This invite was used for the Moulin Rouge premier and was produced using flocked PVC with the imagery and text foil blocked to the surface.
Planet of the Apes Film Premier
Invitation produced for the film premier of Planet of the Apes was produced in PVC with foil block and velcro closure for attaching to the guests wrists.