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.
Created by advertising agency The Republik, a new site seeks to communicate beauty to architects and interior designers.
Rolland is a North American leader for environmentally-friendly paper products, evidenced by its many certifications and designations from leading organizations which have rigorous evaluation criteria and verification standards.
Neenah Packaging has introduced new Pearlized Folding Board into its portfolio to meet the growing demand for “shimmer and shine” in beauty packaging.
The recent refresh of the CLASSIC® Papers portfolio was more than a year in the making. Neenah Brand Manager Kathy Kemps and design partner Pum Lefebure of Design Army provide answers about this ambitious undertaking.
Ken Lo brings a Chinese New Year tradition to life by designing the ASTROBRIGHTS Red Packet Collection.
Exit 3 Films reveals its first animated logo, created by Barth and Co in collaboration with animator/illustrator Dave Joly at Picturedance in Putnam CT.
Domtar is a major manufacturer and marketer of uncoated freesheet paper in North America and globally.
Neenah Packaging has released a hugely expanded collection of Premium Box Wrap papers, and a new bespoke collection of Luxury Box Wrap papers.
GDUSA spotlights companies and organizations providing first-rate products and services to creative professionals.
Mohawk is celebrating the 70th anniversary of its Superfine paper grade. Ever wonder how it got the name?
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Women in Graphic Design Why do apparently so few women feature in the history of design? Why do so few women speak at conferences? Why are previously well-known women ‘forgotten’? Are women judged today solely on the basis of their quality of work? First published in Germany, Women in Graphic Design 1890–2012 — whose contributors […]