Custom imprinted journals, spiral wire-bound notebooks, and perfect-bound books.
Flat World Design is your one-stop source for journals, notebooks, JournalBooks (R) and custom-logo imprinted books of any kind.
Foil-stamping and debossing are two of the standard imprinting methods, but there are a number of other options available to convey your message. As we utilize factories with several decades of experience, we’re available to help you decide which method is ideal for your cover material. You can even combine different imprinting styles to create a unique, eye-catching cover.
Use multiple foils to generate unique logos and striking effects on our softer cover materials. The stamping process leaves a slight deboss, adding a nice dimension to the cover imprint. Keep in mind that foils are not intended to match PMS spot colors.
If you need an exact PMS spot color match, screenprinting is the way to go. This option is possible on any cover material, from poly to chipboard. With screenprinting you can achieve tight registration for more intricate logos, and there is no limit to the number of spot colors you can use on your journal.
This subtle, textured option creates a deep impression on the cover material. This method is ideal for softer covers like leather and chipboards. Add tint or clear foil to help the logo really pop.
Used solely on our alloy product line, this method uses two different dies to raise the cover in the shape of your logo. The raised logo creates a stunning visual effect, especially when paired with another option like screenprinting.