Archive for the ‘Environmental Responsibility’ Category
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All Good Things in Modulation

All Goods Things in Modulation. Volume, Inc. of San Francisco is led by the complementary personalities of Eric Heiman and Adam Brodsley. Volume modulates the visual and written "sound" for such diverse organizations as IDEO, Boy Scouts, and, when the mood strikes, Nine Inch Nails. Precious they are not. Intelligent they are. Whether designing custom business ...

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Loving Couple Loving New Orleans

 A Fantastic Way to Say  “Love” They Do! We Do! Do You Love, Too!?  Sonia & Cody’s Fantasy Inspired Letterpress Wedding Suite “It’s not often that I get to design anything personal, so getting married was really the most wonderful excuse to go all out and design something conceptually meaningful and aesthetically characteristic to my wife’s ...

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Arresting Characters, Beautiful Packages

  Your Mission: Arrest Consumer Attention New Promotion Reveals the Identities of Five “Customer” Profiles Inside a Faux Real Attaché Case The Neenah Character promotion is a tongue-in-cheek promotion that encourages designers and brand managers to think about new ways to add personality to their package designs in order to capture consumer attention. ...

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High Tech, High Value, High Ideals

High Tech Packaging Must Reflect Consumer Personal Values Consumers today find packaging that is more thoughtful and intentional. Product makers and marketers expect greener, leaner, and more useful packaging. Says Rebecca Bedrossian in Communication Arts magazine, “Green design is not just a matter of choosing the recycled or biodegradable paper and inks—though ...

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An Eye Popping Pop-Up Invite

Zero Regrets, S’il Vous Plaîts Todd Thyberg at Angel Bomb Design and Letterpress in Minneapolis, knows a thing or two about combining the power of great design, tactile paper, and handsome letterpress printing. He does it everyday for his clients throughout metropolitan Minneapolis-St. Paul. His excellent work is regularly featured here, on Against the ...

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Printing With Purpose

Sustainable design. Design for good. Design for social change. Environmental design. We’ve heard the terms, but what do they all mean? How can graphic designers, printers, brand managers, and other creative professionals make informed choices in paper and printing that can make a real difference? This article offers a few fresh ideas on how design, paper, and ...

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Go Green…Like an Avocado?

  What Does Eco-Friendly Mean? Print Experts Help Explain   It’s April. The month we celebrate Earth Day. But as the planet heats up, it’s becoming harder to “celebrate”. Humans and animals, printers and designers, brands and governments are being forced to adapt to the changing climate. So let’s talk sustainability. What does it mean to […] ...

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Interface + CONSERVATION Paper: The Perfect Pairing

Neenah Paper is delighted to call attention to this publication and honor Ray Anderson and Interface for their historic commitment to sustainability. Moreover, their selection of Neenah’s CONSERVATION Papers is testament to our commitment too the same purpose. Interface has collaborated for years with Unique Active, a Chicago-based printer, for paper selection ...

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The New Neenah Environment® — Let’s “Dance a Bit”

The newly revised ENVIRONMENT® Writing, Text and Cover Papers from Neenah includes a range of rich natural colors, four of them with an innovative finish called simply RAW™. The look is raw, but the print performance is refined. It features an industrial yet organic look and feel, and engineered it on the paper machine to provide a consistent paper surface ...

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Redefining the New Neenah ENVIRONMENT®

The New Neenah ENVIRONMENT — Design Army found inspiration not in ‘nature’ but rather in how human beings incorporate nature into their urban lifestyles. “Environment isn’t always green,” said Pum Lefebure of Design Army. “Sometimes it is the color of paper, stone and iron. And with more than 70% of the world’s population expected to live in ...

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