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Conqueror Bamboo - A Gift to the Earth - 23-03-2012
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A Gift to the Earth

Antalis is proud to introduce our latest Conqueror Bamboo promotion ‘Your gift to the Earth’

consisting of a double sided wrapping paper printed on 100gsm conqueror Bamboo Crema as well as a beautiful greeting card printed on the Natural White 250gsm in a equally exquisite embossed envelope made from Hanvana 120gsm.  To showcase the rest of the colour range we have included a swatch for your perusal.  Conqueror paper and board is made from the fast-growing, renewable bamboo.

Conqueror Bamboo is designed to accommodate all printing techniques such as lithography, letterpress, silk screening, spot varnish, foil blocking, embossing, debossing, creasing and die-cuts. The unique feel and use of natural pigments creates a union of innovation and sustainability – it’s a celebration of green design and creativity.

Responsibly sourced and manufactured without optical brightener additives by Arjowiggins Creative Papers, the five shades use only natural ochre pigments from the South of France. The mill is ISO 14001 compliant and FSC™ certified mixed source.

Tread lightly but take the Conqueror Typographic Games Challenge! Create a typographical poster about sport using the phrase “It’s not what you win but how you conquer it”. Submit your design by 30 April 2012 and you could win an Olympic weekend in London. ‘Win the Medal!’ Typographic Games competition from Arjo Wiggins Creative Papers offer Printers a sporting chance to attend the 2012 Olympics in London! See website for more details visit

Do it. Do it now! Contact your Antalis representative for you own Gift to the Earth or to find out more about the Typographical Games competition.


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