Friday, 11 January 2013

Edward Green Shoes

Edward Green is a men's shoemakers founded in 1890, when Mr. Green began to make hand-crafted shoes for gentlemen in the traditional shoe making area of Northampton. The company has passed through several owners but remains owned and run by an individual, Hilary Freeman. The shoes are still craftsmen made, in Northampton using the finsest quality calf and each pair of shoes takes several weeks to make!

This is the range brochure which shows the wide range of styles available and is used for promotion to both customers and press.  The size is 155x118mm, portrait and is "singer sewn" in a green thread which matches the Edward Green brand colour. The cover is unprinted, displaying only a beautiful de-boss logo on the front (click on pics to enlarge). It has a 44pp text printed on our Marazion Ultra 135gsm which reproduces the shoes and the detail in the leather, beautifully, whilst still having a matt, tactile feel which relects the tactile nature of the calfskin. Printed in 4 colour process plus PMS 3275C.
This brochure was designed in-house by the Edward Green creative team. Print was handled by Rob Squires at Pureprint, and thanks to Rob for the file copies and the kind note.
Posted by Justin Hobson 11.01.2013

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