Sorolla H+O FSC self-adhesive paper introduced in ivory colour

Sorolla FSC range with H+Opacity technology.

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Sorolla H+O FSC self-adhesive paper introduced in ivory colour

The Sorolla H+Opacity FSC range of self-adhesive papers were introduced as very consistent performing products, perfect for promoting large brands, especially in the wine and spirits sector. The material is competitively priced and has an excellent weight of 98 grams as standard, making it great for supporting printing embellishments. The range has now been extended with the introduction of the self-adhesive paper in a delicate ivory colour for more design options.

The name and versatility of the Sorolla H+O FSC range is inspired by the influential Spanish painter, Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida, born in 1863 in Valencia. It was said of him by none other than Claude Monet that, “Joaquin Sorolla is the true master of light.”

As an uncoated paper, now available in an ivory colour and with a smooth surface, the versatility of this new addition to the material range as inspired by Sorolla, the artist, makes this self-adhesive paper perfect for high-end product labels featuring embossing or debossing finishes to enhance the designer’s storytelling on the label.

The H+Opacity technology makes the material an ideal label solution for taking the ice bucket challenge. The producer can be sure that the label maintains both its initial opacity and premium brand image after contact with water or ice.

 

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