Graph Expo 16

RESTON, Va. — June 9, 2016 — It all comes together for marketing pros, creatives and print buyers at Graph Expo 16, coming Sept. 25-28, 2016, to the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., where the graphic communications industry’s...

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European Paper Forests

European Paper Forests Growing Rapidly

Our friends over at TwoSides have no shortage of amazing facts about the sustainability of the printing and paper industry.  Some of our bests posts on sustainability have been brought to you by TwoSides content.  Their dedication to continually improving...

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A Brief Lesson in Color Theory

Looking for a quick and easy guide to color theory?  Confused by RGB, CMYK, additive and subtractive color?  This overview video shows exactly how each process works.  Short and sweet – 1:35 seconds. Ever confused about how to mix your...

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A quick lesson in Distortion Printing

Distortion Printing is a pretty cool trick if you haven’t seen it before.  Printing a flat substrate, then vacuum forming/molding the material to create the final product.  Since the image will be bent around an object it needs to be printed in...

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Why Print Still Matters

Lately, it seems like I only talk about platforms. Facebook Live… LinkedIn Instant Articles… Google AMP… Chat bots! A new “platform” for content gets dressed in hype every week. (Platforms, in layman’s terms, are really just new places to publish.)...

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Four Creative Ways to Elevate Your Collateral

How can meeting planners create the kind of top-notch collateral that attendees have grown accustomed to while keeping a lid on ever-tighter budgets? In the past, complex and expensive four-color off-set printing was reserved for only the biggest events, but...

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MIT’s History Workshop – The Book

A group of MIT students briefly put away their cell phones this spring to concentrate on a much older information storage and retrieval device: the book. In a hands-on humanities class — Making Books: The Renaissance and Today (21H.343) —...

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