Custom stickers are adhesive labels or graphics that can be created in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors to meet the specific needs and goals of a business or individual. They can be made of a variety of materials, including paper, vinyl, or plastic, and can be used for a variety of purposes, such as decorative, promotional, or branding.
There are several different types of custom stickers that businesses or individuals may consider using, including cut-to-shape stickers, which are cut into a specific shape or design; die-cut stickers, which are cut using a die and can be made in any shape; and kiss-cut stickers, which are cut through the sticker material but not the backing paper, allowing for easy removal and application.
Other types of custom stickers include clear stickers, which are made of transparent material and are ideal for window displays or other applications where the sticker needs to blend in with the surface; metallic stickers, which are made of foil and add a touch of sophistication and shine to the design; and holographic stickers, which use special inks or films to create a multi-dimensional, holographic effect.
In addition to creating a professional and cohesive look, custom stickers can also help businesses to increase visibility and promote their products or services. By displaying the stickers in high-traffic areas or including them as part of promotional materials, businesses can attract the attention of potential customers and effectively communicate their message. Custom stickers can also be used to create a sense of urgency or excitement, which can further increase the chances of success.
Our commitment to environmental stewardship is one of the keystones of our business. Our new Komori H-UV Press cures solvent-free inks instantly, produces zero ozone, uses significantly less energy, and produces less VOC and CO2 emissions while ensuring exceptional image quality.
At Clark Communications, we go above and beyond the typical print shop, and are dedicated to producing the highest quality products at the lowest costs. But this doesn't mean that we cut corners, or lose sight of what's important. That's why we capture and recycle every bit of material that we can, all while being conscious of our eco-footprint.