Printing techniques

Screen printing

Perhaps the most widely used and oldest printing technique used for printing on various objects and materials. Its history began in China and ended up in Europe at the end of the 18th century. This technique allows to print not only on bags, T-shirts and promotional items, but also various other products such as control panels for machines and so on. This printing technique requires a special mesh stretched alongside a frame, a printing pattern, ink scoops/spatulas and of course, a suitable type of color dpeending on the material it is being printed on.

Apart from other personalities, this technique was also used by a "Pop art" artist Andy Warhol. Apart from its rich history, technique of screen printing offers long-lasting prints.

Types of colors for printing on advertising bags:

  • ecological water-based dyes for cotton and paper
  • plastisol dyes for cotton
  • colors for plastic polyethylene bags

We select the appropriate type of color based on the material it is prited on, while prices of the prints are exactly the same. Plastisol dyes give the resulting print more saturate and vivid colors, they also have a better cover capability thanks to their higher density. This is true when comparing prints on products made of cotton (bags and pounces, see the photo). In any case, the bags will have nice prints with both types of dyes, and so the main criteria in your choice of dyes is either the ecological type of printing, or achieving slightly plastic look of the print. However, water-based dyes are not suitable for all applications.

In the ‚Notes‘ section of the order, just state what dye type you are interested in, we will of course help you with choosing


An elegant way of embroidering a logo, a font or any other graphics on a textile material. The embroidery itself is not manual by needle and a thread as skilled women tend to do in their free time, but by a machine. Your promotional embroidery on cotton pouches or bags is realized via modern sewing machines with the possibility of using 12 colors while sewing.

Since the price of the embroidery depends on the total number of stitches, it is essential that you send us the graphics for embroidery including the size you want it to be, together with the demand for the product it is supposed to be embroidered on.


This is a type of rotary print, where the print of the motive is applied via a rotating cylinder by means of printing blocks. From the beginning of this technique until now, flexography underwent a significant development and nowadays it provides high quality printing. Thanks to the gradual improvement of flexographic machines, boards but also colors, quality rose while costs have lowered. This over 100 year old technique offers printing on a wide range of materials from various types of paper to plastic foils and cardboards, and thus can be used for various printed matters such as paper bags, paper or foil pouches, plastic bags, labels, packing papers, packages for sweets etc. Just like in the case of screen printing, flexography uses modern water-based dyes as well.

This type of print is suitable for printing by direct PANTONE® colors as well as for full-color printing. It is the best choice for high-cost orders. We use it for printing eco paper and plastic bags.

Offset printing

This technique works basically on the same principle as flexography. From the printing plate, the color of the printed motive is overprinted on a rubber cylinder from where the motive is then transferred to the paper. It is probably the most used technology of printing for any type of commonly produced printing matters, from leaflets to books. Possibility to print in a full-color CMYK system or direct-color printing based on the PANTONE® sampler. The advantage of an offset printing is high quality of the resulting print. We use the offset technique for producing luxurious paper bags.


No matter what printing technique you choose we only use colors from European producers.