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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

Mohawk Explores the Influence of Design on Perception

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Quick on the heels of the redesigned Mohawk swatchbooks is the release of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly. Fifth in the series of content focused tabloids exploring the “makers movement”, this issue examines the influence of design on perception and is printed on a variety of their Via and Carnival papers. Continue reading

One Handy Tool…The “Down and Dirty” Print Book

 

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Sometimes when selecting paper for your project, you may find yourself a little unsure how your design or printing technique is going to reproduce on the sheet. Sometimes you just pull the trigger and go for it, hoping it turns out like you have visualized in your head.  At other times, you need an actual printed sample to show the results and confirm you are on the right track. Our sample room is always full of a wide rage of printed samples to help in your paper decision process and there is one tool that we have found to be a “must have” in every printer and designer library…the “Down and Dirty Printing” book. 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