Posts Tagged ‘Paper’
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Quiet Mailbox Means New Marketing Opportunity

Another Man's Treasure. In this email-, text-, social media-frenzied world, sophisticated marketers as creating direct that stands out and recipients remember. The relative quiet of the old mailbox has become coveted real estate again. Neenah's latest promotion on ENVIRONMENT demonstrates how fine paper, design, and print can make your direct campaign jump from ...

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100 Year Old Cow Helps Save the HWTM

Just Your Type: Sacred Cows A newly released print for The Beauty of Letterpress is being offered for sale to support the preservation and curation work at the Hamilton Wood Type Museum. This block has historic significance. The 12.5 x 19 poster was printed by museum director Jim Moran. We spoke with Jim about his limited-edition Jersey […]

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Go Big or Go Home

  Outsized Ideas Define Designer’s Creative Approach “Go big or go home” captures Sarah Jacoby’s philosophy when it comes to paper craft. The team at Design Army was first drawn to Jacoby’s organic style of illustration for the Future Classic promotion, but were delighted when she decided to hand cut CLASSIC® Papers to craft a […]

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Introducing howlifeunfolds.com

Important Moments Made Possible with Paper We are really excited to share a new communication campaign we hope our paper loving readers at Against the Grain will appreciate as much as we do. It’s called “How Life Unfolds” and it launched this week. One of three TV spots celebrating the new How Life Unfolds campaign […]

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Atlanta, Gastronomic Boomtown

Let’s Eat, Y’all! Russell Shaw thinks there’s something special that happens when people sit around a table and have a meal together, so when trying to identify what inspires him about his city for the Future Classic promotion, he went the gastronomic route. “Food is a rallying point for a region — certain flavors and […]

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Can You Name This D.C. Creative Space?

Kate Zaremba’s Instrumental Take on the Capitol If you’re looking for the art scene in Washington, D.C. just ask Kate Zaremba, she’ll tell you … or give you a visual clue at least. Design Army was inspired by this illustrator/designer’s background (she worked with Jonathan Adler), and thought she’d contribute a unique vision to the […]

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The Way to a True Chicagoan’s Heart

Addition Through Subtraction: “Absolutely No Ketchup!” Simply put, Jay Fleck thinks Chicago is the best city in the world. When Design Army asked him to visually interpret his surroundings for the Neenah Future Classic promotion, Fleck whimsically combined the city’s essential with its quintessential. He designed a transit map that plots out the precise ...

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Inspired by Philadelphia’s Rich History

Mummer’s the Word in Philadelphia Sarah Jacoby is an illustrator and designer who earned her M.F.A at MICA. Though she’s lived in many places, growing up in and around Philadelphia gave her an appreciation for the city and its history. Particularly interested in the history of the Mummers, and the art of hand cut paper, […]

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Tasty Inspiration found in Atlanta

When Design Army was in search of artists for the Future Classic promotion, Russell Shaw’s hand-drawn illustrative style and sense of humor jumped out. Having seen a map of Portland he’d previously done, the team was delighted to see his gastronomically inspired map of “Atlanta on 30,000 Calories.” What inspired you to use a food […]

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A visual guide for finding creativity in D.C.

Kate Zaremba’s whimsical style helps take the “stuffy” out of Washington, D.C., and guides us to the city’s best art spaces in Neenah Future Classic. What inspired you to use art spaces as a way to represent D.C.? Since D.C. is the nation’s capital, people often think of the White House and all the historic […]

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