A Maker’s Field Guide to Texture and Color

The competition for your audiences’ attention has risen to a fever pitch. They are overwhelmed, bombarded with more-more-more, with less and less impact. What we create needs to make a powerful impression to elevate itself from the endless churn of...

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Paper Cuts – The Power of Paper

Not always easy to get the engines moving again after a long weekend.  We here at InkOnDaPaper understand that.  Not much reading today here folks – just a quick video to BLOW YOUR MIND on Paper Cuts. This redefines “paper...

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Chicago Bears ticket printing is a process

  On a warm day in mid-May, a handful of Bears players lingered around the Walter Payton Center following a minicamp practice, awaiting their turn to pose in front of an enormous green screen. As a cameraman offered suggestions, the...

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Paper is GOOD!

Last week, USA Today published a column entitled “Paper may be bad for trees, but it is good for people,” by Tal Gross, an assistant professor at Columbia University. Here at Two Sides we could not agree more with the...

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Busting more Myths about Print and Paper

Busting more Myths about Print and Paper Two Sides is at it again! ~Source: Two Sides Two Sides North America (originally called Two Sides U.S.) was launched in 2012 with members from the Graphic Communications Industry to create a forum for...

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Compostable Mushroom Based Packaging

Mushroom Based Packaging was talked about a few years ago, but Ecovative has really taken this concept to the next level over the past year.  This renewable, natural and home-compostable packaging material is healthy for the planet, and maybe even...

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Offset vs. Digital Papers

Offset vs. digital papers: does the choice matter? “While it is possible to run some offset sheets on digital presses and vice versa without problems, it’s taking an unnecessary risk,” said Mike Blanco, GPA’s director of R & D and...

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