Fake Diploma Gallery

We are currently in the process of revamping our fake diploma gallery. We recently have big changes to our management crew, purchased all new high tech equipment, etc. This allows us the capability to do full embossed and raised prints; something no other site can do that this level! It's actually why we can promise the best satisfaction guarantee anywhere. Please excuse our delays in adding these images. The diploma gallery will grow throughout !

These images are not an admission that particular diplomas are printed and provided by DiplomaCompany.com/en-ca/. Our design staff simply wanted to challenge themselves and had some fun creating diplomas for this gallery. These are not examples of actual documents made by our staff, nor are they samples of orders printed, or provided to paying customers. All artwork is altered, and since this gallery is used as a reference, it falls under the right of fair use. Any concerns can be addressed by contacting us directly.

How are these diplomas and seals so realistic?

Like all good recrLike all good recreations, it starts with studying the original. For example, let's say one of our designers needed to create a fake college diploma from norway for this gallery? First they would get a hold of a real diploma and replicate the format. Every element of the document needs to be looked over. Where attention to detail becomes most challenging is with the seal of the diploma.

Read more about how seals and emblems are made here.

Our blog also has a great interview with a diploma designer at the office named Melissa who discusses her job and this process even more.

What to think about when viewing this fake diploma gallery?

We know that sometimes in a photo it can be easy to overlook the finer deatils. Some diplomas and their seals can be extremely integral. Although it may seem easy to replicate this sort of thing, we can assure you that it is not.

When you look at these images, notice how some of the elements come off the page. Look at how light hits the document, showing depth in it. This is achieved with raised prints.

We are not the only site in that offers such high quality prints. The issue is most other phony diploma shops use embossing powers to get this same look. The power is applied to the paper and heated. As the powder melts, the ink dries hard, which gives it a raised affects. The power can dry unevenly, creating lumpy prints.

When viewing our images, notice how sharp and precise the seals are. This is because we use an additive printing process that creates raised prints layer-by-layer. The equipment is high-tech and even requires a trained specialist to operate it.

We can show off a few samples and talk a big game. In the end, seeing is believing. We invite you to request our custom services today. Remember, if you have worries, that all our work is backed up by our risk-free promise.

upclose image of a George Brown College logo in full color on a custom made diploma
gold high school seal pressed into a foil and placed on a new diploma
upclose image of a California state seal in a shiny gold embossed raised finish on a diploma
University of Maryland school seal fully embossed and in rich colors on a custom diploma

Why are some elements hidden/blurred out?

When we made the gallery, some of the designers used their own names or jokingly used the names or friends and family. After we took the photos, we didn't have permission to showcase those names or didn't want to ask, so we just blurred them out. Of course, nothing we provide or ship is going to be blurred out like this. These are just images for your enjoyment.

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