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Creanog

Embossed printing and hot marking
9 avenue Daumesnil
75012 Paris
Ile-De-France

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Creanog, created in 1994, specialises in the design and creation of luxury means of communication comprising embossing and gold tooling.

 

It carries out the entire project, from design to the finished product, or may work simply on one clearly defined element.   

Its rare skill involves essentially two practices: in embossing, the creation of handmade counterparts using materials (plaster) to maximise engraving yield and hot stamping for the inlay of different materials (textiles, satin, paper, etc.), cutting and printing being part of one single process. It is the only company to create inlays (adding one material onto another): this technique was perfected by the company director's father. It is also one of the few companies to create manual counterparts. 

 

It creates communication documents (press reports, invitations, greetings cards, brochures, gift boxes, packaging) in addition to books for the visually impaired, embossed reproduction and/or hot stamping of works in the public domain (embossing of the Roi Soleil tapestry, hot stamp reproduction of the Bayeux Tapestry), and prints of works by contemporary artists, etc.

Its customers are mainly luxury companies.

The company won the Condé prize prix du luxe stratégie in 2008 in the Publishing section.