Posts Tagged ‘Neenah’
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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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Spooktacular Crafting on Neenah Paper

Elements has done it again! Spicing up their studio with sinister machinations and quirky craft creations, the fantastic four (Amy Graver, Chelsea May, Tracy Forbes, and Kathryn Chase-Levin), hosted another successful crafting party for friends and colleagues. Using Neenah Paper, they served up spooky spirits and snacks while a Pandora playlist of Halloween music ...

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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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Mmmenu Design: Tasteful Advice!

As many times as you’ve looked at a menu, have you ever really looked at it? Now, you’re tasked with designing a menu for a new client. According to Gregg Rapp, a pioneer in the psychology of restaurant menu planning for the past 30 years, menu design is much more than putting a pretty face on a list of entrées. Gregg offers a unique eye for shaping the ...

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My Favorite Pressman … Is a Woman

Beauty of the Letterpress Profile Series II: Judith Berliner of Full Circle Press says, “The more letterpress-produced objects are perceived as ‘art’ in the hands of the receiver. The experience is like tasting fine wine or chocolate: once you’ve tasted the good stuff, you want more and you want to talk about it. A letterpress junkie cannot just hand ...

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Design Camp: Heads of State Imaginary Business Cards

(In case you’re wondering – I drew this squirrel to signify the last day of AIGA Minnesota‘s Design Camp simply because these pesky little critters literally over-ran our campgrounds this weekend. And they’re just friggin’ cute.) Well, as that incredibly observant person once said – “All good things must come to an end.” ...

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Design Camp: Studio on Fire and Paper Puppets

I really wasn’t planning on drawing an owl for my third Design Camp post illustration. In fact, I was actually thinking of doing something more along the lines of a loon or a squirrel. But last night I got this urgent request from Alec Rutgers (@Cdianshield) via twitter: @benlueders @NeenahPaper Can I request for the next daily […]

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Design Camp Through My Eyes

Just as there’s more to Nebraska than corn and beef, I’m sure there’s more to the state of Minnesota than simply lakes and mooses (meese?). Nevertheless, I still thought it’d be fun to draw a moose to represent day zero of AIGA Minnesota’s amazing event: Design Camp. After driving 5.5 hrs from Omaha to Minneapolis […]

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Happy Earth Day: Celebrating Reducers, Reusers & Repurposers

Happy Earth Day from Neenah Paper! Nancy Sharon Collins shows how the idea of repurposing is taken to a whole new level down in the Big Easy. Always fun to see NOLA through her trained eyes which she demonstrates with her always ready digital camera and obviously affection for her adopted home city.

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