Category Archives: So…Silk

New Swatch and Additions to Neenah Design Collection

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Neenah has released a new swatchbook for The Design Collection of specialty papers. Four  new grades have been introduced into the portfolio of papers renown for color, texture and high impact. You now have over 100 papers to choose from that are ideal for high-end brochures, identity materials, premium packaging, gift cards, direct mail, greeting cards and more. Continue reading

Neenah’s New “Feel, Think, Do” Printed Promotion

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Look at this little lovely that is available in our sample room…. Neenah’s “Feel, Think, Do” printed promo. Not only is it packed with fresh ideas of how to use their papers, but also it’s going to teach you a thing or two about why the tactility of paper has such a profound impact on perception, recall and the bottom line. (AKA… some factual ammunition to justify your paper choices to your client, account manager and boss.) Continue reading

Neenah So…Silk

so silk 1So…Silk is a new addition to the Neenah Design Collection. Formerly part of Gruppo Cordenons, this paper delivers exactly what its name says… a silky, sensuous, luxurious surface. The coating is actually enhanced with silk fibers and a softening agent creating a fabric-like quality with a unique softness. Inspired by the fashion runways of Milan, the color palette is bold with an iridescent sheen that shifts slightly in color when angled to the light. Even Louis Vuitton has used the hot Beauty Pink in his marketing materials showing he has good taste not only in shoes, but also in paper. Continue reading

The Wow Factor: Neenah’s New Design Collection

neenah-designcollection_11141163 Around the office we have come to call Neenah’s newest Design Collection swatchbook “The Big Book of Bling” as this is the book we turn to when a project calls for color, texture, metallics or that extra wow factor. Inside you will find updated Neenah grades which you may not have heard from in while plus the addition of six new grades that were formally part of Gruppo Cordenons. Continue reading