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Keepsake and Office-Keepsake Stationery Design and Production




Keepsake, according to the All-Union standard 29.130-97 (the industry standard) is a particularly luxurious polygraphy


Office keepsake is an authorial term and authoring of Vasily Smelyanskiy. It is an application of technologies and standards of "keepsake" class for office printing products and printing objects of mass demand




Office keepsake by RIG PERSONA® is:


      • print on elite (design) paper and paperboard;
      • mixed printing technologies (multi-color offset printing, screen printing with UV inks, spot UV varnishing, etc.);
      • special types of stamping (hot stamping, and etc.);
      • application of other technologies (laminating, printing with foil, foreign elements and artifacts, etc.).


Production of class "keepsake" has no fixed rates, being calculated individually depending on the circulation, the technologies and the use of specific materials.


Keepsake and office keepsake class polygraphy by RIG PERSONA® was awarded the most prestigious international awards.





In some cases, workshop RIG PERSONA® develops and produces other, more economic classes of printing.


The concept "highly artistic" is not an industry standard. However, it widely took roots in practice to refer classes of "improved edition" (OST 29.130-97 Art. 2.14.2) and the "gift edition" (OST 29.130-97 Art. 2.14.2-2). It is about all types of publications issued in improved art and printing performance using the original layout on a particular quality or highly artistic paper, and so on. In fact, the class of "keepsake" (OST 29.130-97 Art. 2.14.2-1) is the top of "improved editions".


"Highly artistic" class of polygraphy is lower-cost products in comparison with the "keepsake" (which applies only to cost of materials and applied technologies, but not to the level of art and publishing design).


RIG PERSONA® is not engaged in lower classes products development. The exceptions are "cheap" large-circulation components of ambitious publication projects (advertising attributes, image campaigns, and etc.). A special case is the development of cost efficient packages, large-circulation newspapers, etc. In these cases, the task is to develop the most efficient and highly artistic solutions with minimal production costs.


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