line copy

line copy

[′līn ‚käp·ē]
(graphic arts)
Copy that can be reproduced directly without using a halftone screen.
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For its part, Avanti Press Inc., known for its humorous photographic greeting cards with funny punch line copy on the inside of each card, plans to expand the brand experience in 2018 and deploy merchandising strategies to diversify the shopper experience.
"The most complex part of the graphic execution is the hot foil stamping over the silk screen line copy, creating an 'underline' in the large format foil, a very interesting end result," he says.
Perhaps some strong punch line copy could have turned it all around.
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Products can be decorated in one pass in up to eight colors with line copy, halftone, and full process-color artwork.