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FLEXO Magazine : May 2010
excellence awards www.flexography.org may 2010 FLeXO 119 enveLOpe excellence in Flexography excellence in Flexography GOLD AWARD GOLD AWARD GOLD AWARD First, the closeness the printed product looked to the proof was impressive. More importantly, however, this entry had to deal with the difficulty of reproducing a full range of shadows and highlights, and of skin tones and jewelry, all in a dramatically lit piece of artwork. This printer handled it in an almost flawless manner. Regardless of the proof, we all have in our mind what real skin and jewelry should look like. In this case, perception, the proof and the final printed product all were in sync. The end re- sults were unanimously seen as superior in this year’s envelope competition. —Andrew Schipke (W+D Machinery), level of execution FLX_May10_sec5.indd 119 4/17/10 10:36 PM