Posts Tagged ‘CLASSIC Linen’
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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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Explore 2: Limited Budgets, Unlimited Imagination

  Limited Budgets Unleash Unlimited Creativity: Explore 2 Shows You How Remember the old adage, charity begins at home? Well for graphic designers, community is home. And they have long supported their local communities—museums, restaurants, community centers, charity organizations, and other small businesses—by providing innovative design solutions. ...

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GDUSA American Package Design Awards

For the third year running Neenah has sponsored the GDUSA American Package Design Awards. Neenah supports this annual competition that celebrates the power of design in promoting brands, because we also believe in supporting great design, and talented designers.

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James Victore: Let Go Kitty

James Victore has come to San Francisco today to share his New Age LET GO KITTY philosophy with his LET GO KITTY poster at the Neenah booth inside Swag Hall at HOW Design Live. This softer, philosophical Victore could be a revelation to the many who know him more to be the foul mouth, machine gun fast, shock jock of American Design. Think Yanni not Howard Stern. ...

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Are Analog Folders the “It” App?

Working the talent at Design Army / DC, Neenah Paper showcases its CLASSIC® Papers brand with a new printed CLASSIC® Folders promotional piece and unique Facebook contest, or maybe better described as folder eye-candy (go to www.facebook.com/neenahfinepaper). The social media part of the promotion invites designers to upload their most creative folder art ...

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FoldFactory.com Proves Paper Ain’t Flat!

FoldFactory's Trish Witkowski reminds anyone willing to listen that paper folds, while a whole lot of fun, are also good for business. As she reminded us in Deliver Magazine, don’t perish in the labyrinth of your own creation: let form follow function

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Does Design Army Reveal Classics® State Secrets?

Neenah has just released a major revision of its CLASSIC® Papers brands. Design Army of DC worked with Neenah to build a simplified platform of premium papers that are complete, consistent and compatible. The digitally recorded their work process: go see the video and learn a few Army tricks of the trade. All's fair!

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Glory Bee! Touch Me, Feel Me, Read Me!

Don’t worry, we’re not suggesting you part ways with your iPhone. But here’s the cold, hard truth: A hand-written note is worth a thousand emails. Why? “Digital is high tech, low touch and a lot of people are frustrated by that,” says Nancy Sharon Collins of Nancy Sharon Collins, Stationer. Go to: http://handengravedstationery.blogspot.com

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“Print & Paper Doth Oft Proclaim the Piece,” Sayeth Design Army

What is the true power of paper? Well, to begin with paper covers the rock of plain, dull and vanilla. Design Army of Washington, DC sought to prove paper's power through color, texture and performance in print. Its newest promo celebrates the powerful punch CLASSIC® Papers can add to your promotional piece. Why be plaid when you can be plaid, paisley, herringbone, ...

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Rebecca Bedrossian of Communication Arts…In Print and Online

Okay, so the job is not as glamorous as some might think it is. But it is interesting and busy. We caught up with Rebecca to find out what she thinks about the future of the magazine —and what she likes to do when she comes up for air. What strikes her most about her time at CA is how changes in the magazine industry have accelerated adaptation at the venerable ...

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