INKSEED IS A SUSTAINABLE GRAPHIC DESIGN AND PRINT SERVICE BASED ACROSS PERTH AND THE SOUTH WEST, WA

We provide an outside-of-the-box graphic design service that is unrestrained from the bounds of commonplace generic design, and our printing service puts environmental welfare and sustainability front-and-centre as a primary priority.

We only use 100% recycled paper stocks for our core range, and FSC-approved mix stocks for specialty print items. We promote petroleum-free inks, and wherever we can go paper-free, we will.

We want you to walk away with only our best work. We believe in making a difference, and we believe in doing things the right way.

WHAT MAKES OUR GRAPHIC DESIGN DIFFERENT?

We are passionate about what we create, and we want to make sure we capture every essence of you and your identity effectively and collaboratively in the designs we produce for you. 

Using our Creative Briefing process, we make it easy for you to define what you want to achieve with your design work, and assist in establishing direction and strength in your visual identity.

We ensure you are involved in every step, and utilise our expertise and attention-to-detail to create designs that not only replicate your vision, but showcase you in the most effectively distinctive way possible. 

WHAT MAKES A PRINTED PRODUCT ECO-FRIENDLY?

We classify a printed product as being eco-friendly when it meets our four strict eco standards.

In the case that a printed product cannot be made any more efficiently, it is ensured Carbon Offsets are in place during their production to compensate. We strive hard to ensure that all of our products, services, suppliers and distributors comply with recognised industry and environmental standards.

Inkseed encourages customers to support green by switching to eco-friendly print, so that over time the increased demand will be able to sustain a reduced cost of producing it.
That way everybody wins – you, our environment, and our future.

IT IS MADE FROM RECYCLED OR SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS

IT IS MADE WITH A LOW CARBON FOOTPRINT

IT CAN BE RECYCLED OR BIODEGRADE SAFELY AT THE END OF IT'S USE

IT IS PRODUCED WITH AS LITTLE BY-WASTE AS POSSIBLE

FROM THE DIRECTOR

 JODY SCATTINI    |    Director • Founder

Greetings! I am the maker of Inkseed.

I am a creative professional, and have been involved in the Graphic Design and Print industries for over 15 years. I graduated from Curtin in 2004 in the charming regional town of Kalgoorlie, and shortly thereafter relocated to Perth on a determined path to attain creative accord and recognition. 

I created Inkseed in 2010 originally as a sole venture, aimed at providing a big, bold, loud, alternative graphic design service that enabled freedom and transparency between designer and client. I wanted to guarantee my clients that every design I create for them is genuine, of the highest quality, and tailored to effectively work the best for them every time. 

Good design is timeless, priceless, and has the ability to evoke responsive feeling in you and your audience – without directly telling you to do so.

I made it my mission early on to evolve Inkseed to a fused level of entity that not only maintained these values, but also helps eradicate the critical environmental issues involved in the printing and paper industries.

People need accessibility to sustainable options in every facet of their life – including design and print – now more than ever before.

Paper and print both directly contribute heavily to deforestation, water pollution, landfill and carbon emissions. Due to the high demand for cheap accessible print, along with dated technologies and industry practices that continue to be used, the waste collectively produced by paper and print is sitting at a devastatingly damaging global level. 

The purpose and life of a printed item is also a factor – the correct quantities, sizings, distribution and viability of a print item will ensure it can attain the most efficient usage, making it’s materials worth their cost and impact. All too often printed items go to waste due to their content becoming too quickly out-of-date or unnecessarily printed in excessive quantities.

It’s “the way it’s been done for years” attitude that I declined to accept a long time ago. Change is here. It is our only way forward.

It brings me revered and dutiful happiness to bring Inkseed to you.
– J