Archive for July, 2010
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To Grow the Future, Reveal the Past

Read this interesting guest post by Steve Gordon of Rdqlus Creative: When Omaha Public Schools approached me with the idea of developing an identity for a summer program created to revitalize a community thru its young people, I jumped at the opportunity—because the community in question was the one I grew up in and proudly rep to this day; North Omaha.

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07
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On Brand Apart Identity, Great Minds Think Alike

Making Brands Stand Apart: Not long ago, a new identity system for a company called Brand Apart came to our attention. Designed by Ferreira Design Co. of Alpharetta, GA and produced by the specialty printer and engravers Henry & Company of Chamblee, GA, the identity package was printed on Neenah’s own Classic Crest Line. The piece is robust and extremely thoughtful, ...

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07
15
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Tick Tock Tick: Good Times with This New Promo

The newest promotion from Neenah Paper is hot off the presses, and it’s designed to inspire creativity. Put down that Wacom pen and pick up an Xacto: the "Striking Every Time" piece for Oxford and Esse premium papers is more than just an engaging visual and tactile experience for recipients. It asks you to interact, and includes several clock faces that you ...

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07
09
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If It’s Embossed on the Cover, You Better Believe It

The book is designed to be a physical representation of its topic and title: What We Believe. The words are embossed on the cover. The book is hardbound, black and stern. But when you open it, joy unfolds: one company’s love for papermaking and belief in the power of its people to deliver great service and performance in a socially responsible manner. What ...

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07
06
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Neenah Paper, Inc. Annual Gets Picked for CA Design Annual

Neenah Paper, Inc.’s annual report is a hard cover, bound work of art. Communication Arts Magazine sure thinks so, adding it to its upcoming design annual for the fourth year in a row. Also for the fourth year in succession, the book was design directed by Addison’s talented Jason Miller. Read what Jason has to […]

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