A GLIMPSE INTO A SHORT FILM FOR ARJOWIGGINS CREATIVE PAPERS
Last month, the
' Stoneywood Mill. Established by James Moir in 1770 on the banks of the River Don, Stoneywood was originally one of five paper mills in Aberdeen. Now the last remaining, it has the capacity to manufacture around 70,000 tonnes per year, producing 9,900 products including high quality luxury and creative papers from ArjoWiggins’ Conqueror, Curious Papers, Curious Metallics and Impressions ranges.
has served as a communication tool for
, illustrating the versatility of their product ranges in the context of luxury publishing. Each issue of the publication features a variety of paper stock, using some of the most advanced printing techniques including four-colour print in random raster and spot colour offset, achieving near-photographic image quality within the magazine.
also employs advanced production methods such as screen printing, foiling, embossing/debossing, glossy and matt UV lacquer, and matt laminating.
Furthermore, an ongoing partnership with
provides clients with the highest-quality printed matter, as well as pre-press production and retouching services, for artist books and monographs, invitations, lookbooks, and catalogues.
Stoneywood Paper Mill photographed by