Posts Tagged ‘Classic Papers from Neenah’
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Reinvent the Feel: Neenah CLASSIC®

Despite not having internal radar systems or tongues that can smell, we humans enjoy a sense that provides direct connection with the world around us: TOUCH. Whether it’s the quick realization our barista may have steamed the milk a second too long, or pat on the back for a job well done, touch effects us. Paper texture does, too. Get a feel for the new CLASSIC® ...

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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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The Aesthetic Union Goes to Town for Andytown Coffee

"Our brand isn’t just our logo, it’s a total approach to business. " — Well said! Creative collaborations usually have a bit of a backstory, and this one comes with a twist. A couple of years ago, letterpress printer James Tucker of Aesthetic Union was living on his boat in San Francisco Bay. He met a designer, Nathan Sharp, who really wanted it. Nathan ...

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Good Book Design: “Trust Your Gut”

Good Books Well Printed? Yes, Please. Penguin Books Executive Creative Director, Paul Buckley, Weighs In On the Art & Commerce of the Printed Book   “People who look for formulas are people that I cannot distance myself from quick enough. People who do not have their own intuitive sense of what is good and what […]

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Color and Texture in High-Value Print Applications

Reconsider “business as usual” when making paper choice. In the digital age, paper stands out more than ever. While email vies for your attention with clever subject lines, business print communication engages our sense of sight and touch. Here, color and texture play a leading role, evoking feelings and affecting how others perceive us. Rich, unique, and ...

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Menu Design à la Carte and by The Book

Menu Design is a lavishly illustrated book that is literally made to order for designers, whether you design menus or not. It makes for delicious reading, serving up fresh insights from renowned menu engineer Gregg Rapp [http://www.menutechnologies.net]. It also presents a tactile buffet of printing and bindery techniques, all produced on CLASSIC® Papers from ...

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