Posts Tagged ‘Neenah Green’
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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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It’s A New Year — Time for a Change.

What kind of change are you vowing to make for 2014? For the next month we focus on folks in the graphic arts and industries doing things that make a real difference to others. First off, Angela Ferraro-Fanning, an eco-friendly graphic and website designer from Bernardsville, New Jersey who is passionate about building a sustainable future. And she has a ...

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Old New Borrowed Blue: Winter 2012

Winter Wedding Plans? Old New Borrowed Blue is back with Abbey Fowler, proprietor of 625 Paper in Grand Rapids, Michigan. In 2008 Abbey left her job as Art Director at a publishing company and started Syd Design to concentrate on custom wedding stationery. After three years of growth, she re-branded as 625 Paper (her wedding anniversary is June 25th) and moved ...

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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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Dream Tripping in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

Have you ever won a nice vacation somewhere? Well, Sean Arian—to his astonishment—did. And now this Los Angeles attorney with a passion for the environment is hardcore environmental adventurer on Neenah Paper’s “Eco-Trip for Two” in Costa Rica and its miraculous Osa region. Mr. Arian was randomly selected from more than 5,000 entries in Neenah’s ...

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Eco-Friendly 2011: Think Forward…Then Backwards

Start Your Eco-New Year Green. Marian Bantjes knows how. By Guest Contributor Heather Parlato | 626-344-2756 hp@parlatodesign.com There are many ways to reduce, reuse and recycle my way towards sustainable projects. Over the next month I would like to share a few ideas to help you think more sustainably. I welcome feedback and your own tips […]

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Old, New, Borrowed, Blue

According to Abbey Fowler of Syd Design in Grand Rapid, MI, if you are looking to create a more eco-friendly wedding, the best solutions lie in the most minute of details. Overlook no opportunity that can make your wedding celebration one that honors not only your future as couple but also your relationship with Mother Earth. Below, she shares with ideas that ...

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Out With the Old? Rethink. Reuse. Repurpose.

Did Santa contribute to your waste stream this past holiday season? Every time we update technology, we create unwanted gadgets. What to do with all this stuff? Rethink. Reuse. Repurpose. Send us your ideas. We will share with our friends.

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S’More Kelly Stevens and Whole Foods Market? Sure!

We introduced Kelly Stevens this past summer in Neenah's newest ENVIRONMENT® Papers promotion. With Turkey Day and the rest of the holiday season rising in our minds, we checked back in with Kelly to learn more about her personal and professional commitment to environmental stewardship and change.

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Bon Voyage! Sean Arian, Winner of Neenah’s ‘Eco-Trip for Two’ to Take Off on Environmental Adventure of a Lifetime

Bon Voyage! Sean Arian, Winner of Neenah Paper ‘Eco-Trip for Two’ to Take Off on Environmental Adventure of a Lifetime

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