Regency Centers is an owner, operator, and developer of dominant, grocery-anchored retail centers located in the most attractive U.S. markets. They were seeking a printing solution that would reflect the quality of the retail experience itself.
The original plot of land had a long history as a dairy farm, so Regency Center utilized reclaimed wood, brick, and steel to create an industrial aesthetic that had hints of the property’s previous use. This brochure featured high-end print production to emphasize the elegance of the space, as well as vibrant colors to accent various aspects of the retail center. Mellody Farm’s brochure is an example of the options that digital printing allows such as utilizing white ink and raised clear ink complete with the Chicago screw binding technique.
Bringing industrial-chic to a suburban shopping experience in Vernon Hills, Illinois.
Capabilities and Equipment Used
This brochure employed white ink, raised clear ink, Chicago screw binding
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