Posts Tagged ‘fine paper’
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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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Should Your Fall Wedding Paper Reflect Your Style?

Abbey Fowler of 6-25 Paper Studio in Grand Rapid, Michigan (6-25-paper-studio.com) returns with OLD NEW BORROWED & BLUE: "The weather is beautiful now and wedding season is in full swing up here in Michigan. We've been crazy up here for the past few months getting all of those love invites into the mail. Now that I can breath again, I wanted to add a post ...

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A Timely Contest: Haute Papier Save-the-Date Giveaway

Brides and grooms! Listen up! Haute Papier of Georgetown offers a contest prize that will get you to the church on time. Read all about it. Mais oui!

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We Hereby Re-Resolve To…

Holding your breath? Wait no more! According to research shared in this article in the NYT Sunday Review on Sunday January 8. 2012, those who make and publicly state New Year’s resolutions are more likely to achieve them. That is give hope to those willing to say it loud. We asked a few friends what resolutions they have made for 2012 and what plans they have ...

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“Happy Elfing Holidays…” from 6.25 Paper Studio

Ho-Ho-Holy Holiday Card Avalanche from 6.25 Paper Studio, a locally owned stationery company based in Grand Rapids, Michigan which promotes and supports its local community while working towards a healthier planet. A big Neenah user, owner/creative director Abbey Fowler offers up this chill'n holiday ideas. She also contributes a regular wedding feature to our ...

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And So On and So Forth: Brand Thinking With Debbie Millman

The Way They Were: In her latest book, Debbie Millman sets out to prove that someone can cut through the mindless brand babble and reveal something new about this shopworn subject. She does this by deploying her special gift of making interesting friends in interesting places say interesting things as though Millman were their one friend left on earth. They know ...

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Old, New, Borrowed, Blue: You Can Too!

Speaking of expressing one’s personality, we here at Syd Design are in the process of changing our name to 6.25 Paper Studio. (www. 625paper.com) The old name did not connect to my heart or feel like the right brand to use on our current business path (plus, to be honest, I’m over people calling me Syd). So instead we’re borrowing my own wedding date, creating ...

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Crowing Time @ Farmhouse! New Sundance Promo Sings

Neenah could not ask more from a design partner than it enjoys from the folks at Farmhouse, just minutes from downtown Atlanta. Led by designers Ellie McKenzie and Gary Bannister, and writer/producer Robin Salter, Farmhouse boasts unsurpassed paper and print production knowledge and Neenah knowledge and experience without peer.

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Oh Really?! All the Buildings in New York, James?

Do you know how many total buildings there are in New York City's five Boroughs? It is estimated that there are 900,000. Australian-born James Gulliver Hancock of Greenpoint Brooklyn is out to paint or sketch all of them Five hundred down...899,500 to go. More or less.

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