Yesterday, I received another Fedrigoni sample paper pack through the post with samples of white and cream papers to potentially use for the stationary and printed collateral for the University of Leeds Ballet Society.
I was really pleased with the selection sent (when selecting Fedrigoni samples it's an educated guess with weights as the names are often a little cryptic- but, of course, are very fashionably assigned to a 'range'), and felt that a good range of samples were available for potential experimentation and print finishes.
When I next meet with Carys, or discuss print and digital outcomes via email, I hope to pitch printing on a high-end stock to her. Despite a certain limit in terms of the budget, in general, there is room for negotiation, and a well- sourced and crafted paper will inevitably result in a far greater print quality and a higher level of professionalism all-round.
For design developments for the Ballet Society, see my Design Practice blog.