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Custom Dry Transfers Have Taken Over 
Letraset Instant Transfer Lettering

a coldcream jar with a custom dry transfer

Letraset was founded in 1959. It originally came in pre-­printed sheets with the characters backed with an adhesive requiring no heat or water, but merely the pressure of ‘rubbing’ to be released from the substrate. Letraset experienced the greatest rise

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Custom Dry Transfers for Plastic Prototypes

A plastic prototype model of the Hair Blinger, a new beauty product which uses our custom dry transfers for its plastic case.

Attention All Product Prototype Designers – Dry Transfers Serve a Great Purpose in a Pinch After having worked several months to develop a prototype of their new Hair Blinger™ hair tool, GEMC2, LLC, inventors of Hair Blinger™, were invited to

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Museum Labels Transform Vintage Luggage into Modern Art

Volez, Voguez, Voyagez Exhibition in New York | LOUIS VUITTON (R)

Museum Exhibit Labels Can Elevate Vintage Luggage into Modern Art Image Transfers had the opportunity to work with the Digital Dept at Rose Brand on one of the world’s most famous monogrammed luggage designers for their New York City museum

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Letraset: The History of Dry Transfers

Letraset Instant Lettering before computers

Letraset was a mid-20th century alternative to Letterpress Typesetting The original Letraset System comprised a library of transfer sheets that were pre-printed with fonts of alphabet letters.  The majority of these typeface letter sheets were in sizes and fonts that

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Dry Transfers for Custom Book Bindings

We made custom dry transfers for Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine, June 2017 edition.

Our Dry Transfers Were Recently Featured in Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine This was an unusual usage for our transfers. Michael Mccormick, from Martha Stewart Weddings, ordered three custom dry transfers. Three letter size, one each in Pantone 110 Yellow, Pantone

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