The sophistication between the sharp white print and black polished ballpen really catches the eye. The team was highly impressed with the quality of the detail in the print which furthers the overall character of the pens.
For this project we used our Senator Challenger Polished Ballpen (MP15910).
This set of pens we printed for Nautical Institute have a stunning level of depth and sophistication. The white print on both clip and barrel against the lush cyan colour of the pen combine for a smooth finale which looks simply gorgeous when the polished nature of the pen is held to light.
For this project we used our Senator Bridge Polished Plastic Ballpen (MP20502).
The contrast of subtle tones between the laser engraved artwork against its silver counterpart is really what gives this key finder a classy aesthetic, making it look as though it'd be fit on any high-street shelf!
For this project we used our Deluxe Key Finder (MP20318).
The nature of the laser engraved logo against this luscious white pen gives the entire aesthetic a subtle yet sophisticated impression. With silver details to boot, the pen is sturdy to grip making it practical whilst looking utterly gorgeous!
For this project we used our Athena Ballpen (MP19311).
The dye sublimated process meant we were able to tie-on the Pantone colour of this dark teal lanyard to a tee. In our experience lanyards like this which have a combined message repeating are always the most successful, with each message given breathing space and interrupted from over repetition which simply furthers the engagement and brand exposure.
For this project we used our 20mm Dye Sublimation Lanyard (MP15027).
Wow! We were chuffed to bits when this sample came into the office. DTW went for this savvy looking Trident Ballpen, smooth and thrilling to hold with their logo delicately laser engraved to one side of the barrel. The nature of the engraving against the profound black pen creates a sophisticated atmosphere which is simply stunning!
For this project we used our Black Trident Ballpen (MP15813).