Magazine printing & reprography
See your passion in print, with the support of the UK’s leading independent magazine printer.
Park produces over 130 titles, including i-D, Port, Kinfolk and Riposte, and repeatedly scoops prestigious industry accolades, including PrintWeek Bespoke Magazine Printer of the Year 2019.
Our clients range from independent publishers producing their first editions, to corporates such as Facebook investing in printed comms.
Whatever your budget, our experienced team will deploy cutting-edge technology to help you achieve standout quality. Choose from gloss, silk and uncoated textures for a distinctive feel, and produce up to four alternative front covers at minimal cost.
Park proudly sponsors magCulture and Stack, the UK’s two biggest names in indie mag publishing.
Repro service for magazines
Prized by artists, photographers, and independent magazine publishers, Park’s in-house reprographic service is part and parcel of our high-end production values.
The service combines human expertise with technological capability: using GMG colour management software and online proofing systems to collaborate with print designers and fine-tune details, right up to final press.
Our Epson proofs are colour-calibrated along with all our production presses, allowing print designers to sign off colour-accurate proofs, and to trust Park to press-pass on their behalf.
By retouching in-house, we’re able to undertake revisions overnight, at speed, sometimes reducing production cycles by several days, whilst increasing accuracy and quality control.
Park works to the ISO 12647 colour certification, a mark of our track-record in meeting highest-possible production standards on every page of print.
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