A print finish on natural fibres showing the textures and materials with high level of accuracy and branding possibilities.

In response to a client brief, we tested and developed a process of printing both block colour and fine detailed artwork onto a range of sustainable materials including paper woven and Paptic, a wood pulp-based alternative to plastic.

The resulting samples demonstrate the level of detail and consistency of colour that can be achieved that go beyond single-dyed options. The process can be applied to our range of paper-woven structures, and more widely across other sustainable surfaces.


  • Pantone matched colour print
  • Custom branding opportunities
  • Block and detailed printing
  • Suited to a range of sustainable


  • Full surface decoration
  • Isolated logo print
  • Structured boxes
  • Unstructured bags and pouches

Talk to us about your packaging projects

Our team of packaging experts has a huge range of experience in the industry, working with some of the largest global brands. Contact one of the team today to discuss your project.

Paul Hunter Luxury

Paul Hamilton

Head of Wines and Spirits
Pippa Hunter Luxury

Pippa Bell

Head of Beauty