Creating a menu is more than just jottting down on a piece of paper the various dish names a restaurant has to offer. Creating a menu is an art, that requires a profound sense of aesthetics, a keen sense of observation as well as a perfect knowledge of the various materials available that will be the right fit for the branding of a restaurant.
A sense of aesthetics enables a manufacturer to provide beautiful menus to its customers. Quality menus also need to be sturdy. Therefore, a manufacturer must choose carefully the materials he uses, because the menu’s sturdiness depends on them.
The embossing technique creates letters or drawings with a three dimensional effect on paper or cardboard.
Embossed texture a creates three dimensional texture on the whole surface of paper or cardboard.
Visible stitching on canvas, mostly for decorative purposes.
Adds a metallic effect, matt or shiny, in various colors, obtained by transfering a metal leaf with a matrix.
More than one stamping is possible, in order to print on different sections, or to combine different colors.
Screen printing allows for the use of much more ink, which gives more intense and durable colors, as well as good opacity.
The dye-sublimation printing process allows you to add a customized aluminum cover plate.
Laser is used to obtain durable and aesthetic results.
A window, of any size, is added to the cover for an affordable, contemporary and colorful look.
Cover printed with photo or visual of your choice.
Metal corners may be silver, or the color of your choice.
This veneer allows you to obtain any specific theme.