blind embossing


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blind embossing

[¦blīnd em′bȯs·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
A design that is stamped on a material to give the effect of a bas-relief without ink or gold leaf.
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Manufacturers apply multiple sophisticated technologies in combination on the cartons and packets of their products, including offset printing, screen printing, flexographic printing and blind embossing in order to make duplication harder for illegal producers.
Abstract blind embossing by Arfan Javed Augustine, Fatima Saeed and Hassnain Awais explore the nature of line and curve.
Covering textures, paper and metal projects, illustration and print making, this volume includes information on specific techniques such as patinas, splatter painting, blind embossing, found art collage, linoleum blocks and transfer images, as well as extensive discussions of materials and tools for art projects.
They feature die-cut borders, lacelike blind embossing, and gold foil and crystalline glitter accents.