What does it mean?
Matt: a modern take on lamination, this is subtle, soft and cool (and by far our favourite).
It doesn't provide the same protection as gloss lamination, but is perfect for designers or modern
companies looking for something a bit different.
Gloss: gloss is a high shine finish that works really well with images and colour solids.
Magazine covers always have a gloss lamination. For anti-scratch protection, gloss is ideal and great on
cards for tradesmen or for menus and magazines.
the name says it all! Velvet lamination has a pleasingly soft,
touchable texture that gives print a readable, non-shine finish. It’s like a more tactile version of matt lamination,
for print that you won’t want to put down.