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World Jewish Congress Rush Printing Job

World Jewish Congress

Rush Printing For World Jewish Congress

Letterpress Printing & Tassel Finishing

Our client, The WJC, wanted an elegant Dinner Program.  The dinner was their first large live event. 

It was held at MoMA.

Our designer suggested we use silver tassels instead of saddle stitching for the bindery and use letter press for the print on the cover.

We were given artwork/ type and a schedule of five days to complete the program.  Then, on Friday and Sunday there were changes to the type. Our Designer, Warren, made all of the corrections by Sunday night. Early Monday morning we made dies for letterpress.  The Program was produced and delivered to The Museum of Modern Art on Tuesday at 4:00 pm.

The Client LOVED IT!