Learn more about metallic stock and the various ways it can be used in any industry. No matter what aesthetic your brand uses, this labeling stock enhances design features to work with your look. Check out how some of our clients used it! Or, take a look at how metallic stock pairs with other innovative labeling techniques we offer.
Metallic Stock as a Design Feature
Although this Monrovia label is blank, the message is clear. The branded colors are spot on, and the design is minimalistic allowing the stock to really catch the light and catch customers’ eyes. The look is neutral enough that any plant with any color of blooms will stand out. What’s great about using metallic stock is that any color can be printed over top, allowing branded colors to match perfectly.
This Plot 88 wine label uses metallic stock in a much more subtle way. For luxury products, this matte look still allows the stock to shine but isn’t flashy enough to detract from the over aesthetic. The simple gold and red also provide a royal touch, emphasizing the luxuriousness. As the luxury market increases, so will the popularity of this label stock.
Product Lines That Pop
These other Monrovia plant labels use metallic stock to highlight the details in the design. It incorporates green, gold and purple shimmer to match branded colors and create a striking look. Customers will be doing a double take when walking by these plants.
As you can see, incorporating metallic stock in whole product lines offers a subtle cohesive touch. The main color used on the label changes, but the shining details remain.
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