Ken Carbone's ongoing contributions to Fast Company help demonstrate why design should be top of mind among leading business thinkers. His most recent contribution was a call to friends to rethink how their own state license plates could be more effective and graphically arresting. Designing under the influence? We think not!
Ryan McGovern is chatting it up again with some of the best names in his Design Chat series. Thanks to Ryan's coolness, we at Neenah Paper are lucky enough to bring you each episode here on our blog.
For the second year in a row, Neenah Paper has chosen to sponsor and attend the Opportunity Green Conference in Los Angeles. The draw is obvious, thousands of professionals with entrepreneurial attitudes committed to sustainable business. Thousands of people all looking for ways to get the facts so they can make good decisions. We'll blog this week about our ...
You better watch out…Stefan Bucher knows if you’ve been Green or not so be Green for goodness sake. If you have not yet entered the chance to win Neenah’s “Eco-Trip for 2” to visit the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica, don’t worry: the deadline is September 30th. But hurry up! You cannot miss this opportunity [...]
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“Do you ever get the feeling you’re being duped?” So opens the 2006 Fingerprint: The Art of Using Handmade Elements in Graphic Design, a labor-of-love conceived, authored and designed by Chen Design Associates in San Francisco.