Printed Catalogue for Music Industry - Specialists in catalogue printing

Printed Catalogue for Music Industry

Printed Catalogue using recycled paper

  • Industry: Entertainment

  • Finish: Die cutting

  • Special Finish: Special Pantone Colour

A catalogue is a useful way to increase customer egagement. Layout is an essential aspect for any printed product. For instance, this catalogue is colour coded so the user can find information quickly and efficiently. A catalogue may be subjected to heavy usage. Similarly, they can also recieve some rough treatment. Therefore, using quality materials is essential for longevity. The catalogue is printed onto a recycled FSC paper and board and then perfect bound (PUR),for extra strength, to finish.

As established catalogue printers we know what finishes work best

Catalogues literally have a shelf life. A resource often used, the printed catalogue is kept on the bookshelf. Therefore by having a printed spine, users can find your products and services quickly. This catalogue is very much a reference document. I love the way it’s so understated but then throws at you the odd bright colour and the aperture on the cover. Similarly the chosen paper stock is also an understatement; effectively saying “the content is the important bit here”.

Choosing the right finish for your printing

How to make your catalogue design more interesting

Very often, designers will use foiling and gloss spot UV varnishes to add some interest to their work. In this example, a die-cut aperture has been created to reveral the page underneath. Above all, the most important element of a printed catalogue is ‘usability’.

Printed catalogue with die-cut cover

Die-cut aperture on the front cover

Printed catalogue for Music Industry

Open catalogue showing text pages

Be mindful how perfect binding affects the text pages.

When designing product page layouts, one has to be careful that important information, albeit text or images, don’t disappear into the spine and therefore can’t be read. Our studio provides guidance on how to set up artwork files to ensure incidents of hidden content are avoided. After that, you will have the knowledge to layout your pages with confidence. Similarly with paper stocks, we can give guidance to create that perfect job!


Music Industry catalogue

Die-cut cover

Music catalogue

Coloured pages showing different sections

Cataloge for music industry

Coloured page sections

Catalogue Printers for music industry

Music catalogues