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Paper Fish Printing / 239.481.3555 / Fort Myers FL
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Simply the Best Custom Print Shop in Fort Myers

Paper Fish Printing  specializes in helping local Southwest Florida businesses.  We custom tailor to your unique  specifications for each printing project. Our local print shop can handle all of your business needs.  From business cards, brochures, restaurant menus and mailing campaigns to business branding and logo design. Our custom all-in-one services can help you get the word out to your customers.

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Complete Business Print Media Packages

Get everything your growing business needs.Look Professional with clean design.Create a consistent brand across all of your print media!

Unique Items

Stand out from the crowd and get noticed!Being different and setting trends makes a good impression.

Graphic Design Fort Myers, Florida

Our professionally trained graphic designers are computer artists who know how to use their creative abilities to improve the look of your printed projects. We use industry standard software – the Adobe Creative Suite. Our image editing software (Illustrator & Photoshop) allow us to use what best works for your project, and InDesign is the…

Die Cutting

Die Cutting Die-Cuts refer to areas on the printed piece that are either partially or completely cut. A die is made of a steel blade that is used to punch out the desired shapes. Examples of die-cuts would be door hangers, a window on a report cover or custom shapes.

Foiling & Embossing

Foil Stamping Foil stamping is the application of foil (a special film-backed material) to paper. A heated die is stamped onto the foil, pressing it into the paper and leaving the design of the die on the stock. Foil stamping can be combined with embossing to create a more striking 3 dimensional image. Foils are…

Thermography

Thermography, or raised printing, involves a special powder which is added to the ink during printing. It is then heated (baked in an oven) until the powder and ink dry to form a raised effect on the paper. The biggest difference between thermography and flat printing is in the shine & texture that can be…