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Large scale printing that includes fulfillment and direct mail? Absolutely. Nearly 50,000 pieces?  You Bet.  Oh, and let’s make it look good because its for our friends at Santa Monica College!

We love our fancy, super-complicated print and design jobs.  Custom packaging, complex folds, fancy effects and printing techniques… swoon!  In fact, our website may even reflect the bias.  That said, we spend the majority of our time running large-scale print projects such as this brochure, fulfillment and mailing project for Santa Monica College.

The Santa Monica College Spring 2022 Events Brochure and Envelopes Project shows off our ability to achieve precision at larger quantities. Printed with UV inks, the booklet is a 48-page self cover.  Fulfillment including insertion into the custom envelopes, inkjet address information and directly mail to over 40,000 recipients.

Due to our expanded facilities and operations, we can be a one-stop shop where clients may previously use multiple vendors:  Envelopes, Brochures, Fulfillment, and Mail House services.  We absolutely love seeing these larger projects come alive in our operation.  It’s even better when we can see them out the door directly in your constituents’ hands.

Details & Specifications


Santa Monica College Logo


60# Offset Text


4/4 – CMYK Process UV


Print, Score, Cut, Fold, Glue and Assemble Envelopes.  Score, Cut, and Saddle Stitch Booklet


Project Manager: Jerome Palmer

Sales Rep & Contact: Darioush Nikravan

How can we fulfill your project?

We are excited to provide new quotes for any projects you have in the pipeline.  Large Format, Retail Displays, Direct Mail Campaigns, Brochures, or just Business Cards?  Let us know!

Darioush Nikravan

Darioush started his career in the printing industry straight out of college by working as a sales person for PrimeSource (now Fuji). Darioush once considered pursuing a career in rap music but chose to get his MBA from Pepperdine University and joined Classic Litho shortly thereafter. Darioush has never regretted his choice. He still loves rap music and will argue the merits of West Coast rap over East Coast.