Bleux has been printing white ink onto films for a little while now, however they have recently found a new approach of printing different screens of white.
October 15th, 2010
Bleux is excited to announce a new approach to white printing, meaning they are able to create more subtle effects and add depth to whites.
From a client perspective it means you have a really elegant way of replicating hero designs throughout a space in the form of privacy screening.
It’s also a good way of injecting subtle design elements into an space without having to do colour.
And if you under-print colours in white you have an increased level of opacity and vibrancy of colour.
As with all our designs, they are available to be reproduced onto any of their finishes. Bleux can customise each design to your specification and are also able match to Dulux colours.
Bleux are able to supply samples of their designs if you are interested to see how the designs could work in your desired space.
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