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Very Tempting: The Masterful Design of Memo NYC

Douglas Riccardi knows how serve up tempting look and feel for some of the best American restaurants. He shows restraint where appropriate. He exhibits joyful abandon when the burgers deserve it. For example... What are they serving at BÂCOSHOP in Culver City? Bacon tacos? Sign me up. Or am I misunderstanding the name? Never mind. I want to go here. Memo's ...

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One Man’s Treasure: Junk Type by Bill Rose

Not your type? Well, here's a book that has a type for everyone. Extraordinary Bill Rose is "Recapturist", photographer, and preservationist who has spent the last decade traveling across America looking for junkyards, yard sales, antique stores, and other sources of inspiration to capture examples of vintage American typography and design before they’re lost ...

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The New CLASSIC® Point of Hue

Meet the New CLASSIC®. When it comes to communication, color is key. The bold new colors of CLASSIC® Papers range from practical to eye-catching and deliver the whole package—unmatched luxury, dependable results, and best-in-class quality. The New CLASSIC® Papers: a new point of hue. Contact your local Neenah Rep for samples and swatch books.

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The Renewed Neenah CLASSIC®

How do you take a beloved brand that’s seen 55 years of success and alter it for the times? Carefully. It’s been a year in the making, but the iconic CLASSIC Brands have finally emerged — refreshed, refined and reorganized. Here’s the scoop: Eight must-have new colors, two new gotta-touch textures, duplexes, digital papers, and envelopes. This relaunch ...

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Epicenter of Ephemera: Letterform Archive

Rob Saunders’ Gift to the World: Letterform Archive in San Francisco The ‘Ali Baba Cavern of Type Design,’ a one-stop full-service museum for teachers, researchers, students, designers, and kern nerds. Rob Saunders has been building his personal collection for 40 years (yes, his entire adult life). His 15,000-ish typographic treasures include ...

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A Perfect Blend: Wine & Design

  Barrel + Ink: The Oenophile’s Love Child No Sonoma Valley vineyard? No Napa Valley warehouse stocked with barrels? No obese celebrity billionaire to bankroll the brand? Not at Barrel + Ink, an unusual collaborative wine producer that brings together varied and talented artists and winemakers to create alluring labels of extraordinary quality priced ...

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Pushing the Press: Typecraft’s Dazzling Collection on Display

The Typecraft Design Library is not encyclopedic, but it is dazzling: fifteen years worth of print projects designed by over 450 designers. The exhibition Pushing the Press opened in mid-November at the A+D (Architecture and Design) Museum in Los Angeles’ downtown arts district. It showcases the entire Typecraft Design Library and closes February 29.

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Good Taste: Letterpress Posters Whet Appetites!

Hot, Fresh, Wholesome & Delicious!  Handmade Tortillas, Fresh Baked Bread, Letterpress Posters? Yes, Please! When Mi Rancho opened its doors in 1939 in Oakland, Calif., it was the only Mexican grocery store in the area, providing handmade tortillas and other specialty items. This family-owned business has since grown into a supplier to restaurants all over ...

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Quiet Mailbox Means New Marketing Opportunity

Another Man's Treasure. In this email-, text-, social media-frenzied world, sophisticated marketers as creating direct that stands out and recipients remember. The relative quiet of the old mailbox has become coveted real estate again. Neenah's latest promotion on ENVIRONMENT demonstrates how fine paper, design, and print can make your direct campaign jump from ...

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The Canadianist: Highs and Lows

Everlovin’ Press & Five Canadian Artists Celebrate Canadian Culture Mittens, Pancakes, Robots, Snowdrops, and Loons Our friends to the North, Everlovin’ Press in Kingston, Ontario, have created a new series of fine letterpress prints called The Canadianist, featuring five illustrations from select artists to comment on Cananadian culture, from high to ...

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