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Imagine There’s No Borders

"no borders" written in clouds

It isn’t hard to do.

We know it’s easy to put them there. We know that they look good on your computer screen. We know that they take all of that great design work that you did and enclose it in a neat little frame, separating it from the rest of the clutter on your monitor.

And we also know that they often don’t come out looking right when printed.

While borders may look good in some design scenarios, Denver Print Company encourages you to forget about them entirely.

“What?!” You say, “But … sometimes it […]

A Few Noteworthy Comic Con Costumes

by Peter Higgins & Eric Schlelein

As usual, there were a lot of superb costumes at Denver Comic Con this year. Denver Print Company captured many of these costumes in our specially-designed action figure photo booth, the gist of which is this:

The subject steps inside our acrylic box and we photograph them from the front. With the proper cropping, BLAM! They’re in action figure package!

We’ve been doing this for a few years, not only at the Denver and Rocky Mountain Comic Cons, but also at the Rockies, Avalanche, and Rapids’ Star Wars Nights. It’s […]

Denver Comic Con

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Denver Comic Con Continues Local Focus

Denver Print Company Among Convention’s Metro Business Partners

Denver, CO. (June 13, 2016) – Denver Comic Con (DCC) holds its fifth annual convention this weekend, June 17 – 19, at the Denver Convention Center. Over its brief existence, DCC has surpassed any reasonable expectations by quickly growing into one of the largest events of its kind in the country. Attendance has grown from 27,000 in 2012 to over 105,000 in 2015. (By comparison, San Diego Comic Con International, the world’s largest comic convention, drew […]

Why use Denver Print Company for your graphic design?

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A primary reason to use our graphic design team is that they can make sure that your project is printable from the first design. There’s a lot that goes into making sure a file is ready to send to our printers. Multiple back and forth emails and design corrections can make a difference of days when it comes to a project-completion timeline.  There’s more to it then that, however.

Eric Schlelein, DPC Lead Graphic Designer:
“Sure, graphic design looks easy. Grab a couple of images off Google image search, use a Microsoft Word template, type […]