Neenah expands its offering of soft touch paper brands, finishes and colors.
Designers value print for its classic strengths and how these can be effectively leveraged to convey a message or a feeling.
Ken Lo brings a Chinese New Year tradition to life by designing the ASTROBRIGHTS Red Packet Collection.
International Paper is a global leader paper and packaging, and supplies a wide range of products and brands for graphic artists and consumers.
Red Paper Plane is a dimensional direct mail company that enables designers to customize unique and creative formats online.
As Graph Expo 2016 opens, The Paper Loop, a promotional document from Rolland that doubles as a magazine for paper aficionados, is the 2016 winner of the annual Positively Print award at Graph Expo 16.
Mohawk presents Tad Carpenter, the latest in its Champions of Craft series honoring makers and do-ers.
In the Summer of ’69 (really), a groovy new act hit the scene. “International Paper Dolls” were the stars of a psychedelic showcase by International Paper Company, long-time proponents of the power of print. Ticonderoga Text, the colorful doll, Springhill Index, the versatile doll and Springhill Tag, the strong doll (shown here) were just a […]
National Geographic is unveiling its most significant redesign in nearly two decades to more dynamically showcase the work of photographers, reporters, and artists.
Retailers are adapting to a new retail ecosystem – a combination of physical, digital, and complementary service offerings – and CLASSIC® Papers from Neenah are ready to help.
Mohawk newly redesigned website features a fresh user interface and a more intuitive search for all things paper and print.
The Highcon laser die-cutter gives designers the power to envision and create artwork in ways that were previously impossible.
The owners of Harper Macaw are turning chocolate into a force for tropical rainforest reforestation, with design help from Design Army and Neenah’s FSC certified CLASSIC® Linen.
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY Emma is a junior studying graphic design and finance. Her design experience started at The Daily Orange, the independent student newspaper. She worked as a print designer for three semesters before moving to digital design projects. Now, she is digital editor managing the strategy of all The D.O.’s digital products including website, social […]
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY Jacqueline is an undergraduate studying graphic design in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. A natural born creative, it is no surprise that she found herself immersed in work that uses design to solve problems in the everyday world. Jacqueline has spent the past two summers interning for Herman Miller, designing infographics […]
COLLEGE FOR CREATIVE STUDIES Eric is keenly interested in multimedia, interdisciplinary, research-based design solutions — he believes understanding an audience and being empathetic to their needs is critical to contemporary design practice. He focuses on creating flexible identity systems, motion and interactive media, and of course, thoughtfully-designed publications and print collateral. When he graduates, he […]
The Door has branded a new pizzeria developed by celebrity chefs Vivian Howard and Benjamin Knight, stars of the PBS documentary series A Chef’s Life.
Laura thrives on helping companies tell their story, connect with people, and grow their client base.
Hugh is a researcher, network theorist, story discoverer, civic rider, design advocate, and small town kid from Milbank SD.
GDUSA’s 55th anniversary package design awards is all about the power of package and point-of-sale to advance the brand and make the sale.
The end of the year brings a lot of great opportunities to freshen up your business. It’s a time to reflect on the year behind us and plan for the one ahead.