Serene Teh is an illustrator and graphic designer who works extensively with paper, so of course it was only a matter of time before she was included here. She has quite a few projects that you can explore on her website (We found her World Food Programme work particularly moving, and her concept for Where […]

easter

Spring has officially sprung, and that means Easter is just around the corner. That brings the same images of painted eggs (and chocolate bunnies) to mind in nearly everyone, but the season means something special to parents: “How can I keep the kids busy during Easter Break?” Luckily, there is one tried and true method […]

printing-report

Trending now: Huhtamäki’s Coffee Cups with Digital Content Some of you will already know about Huhtamäki Foodservice Europe-Asia-Oceania. They are a worldwide food packaging company based in Finland and the United States, who specialize in disposable cups, plates and other quick-service tableware. What you may not have heard about is their new Adtone cup concept. […]

Flat Kingdom

You could be forgiven for not having heard of Flat Kingdom, but this independent video game published by Games Starter is notable for its beauty, and its individuality – unlike many other video games, it’s in 2D. Developed in Mexico by Fat Panda Games, Flat Kingdom’s road to success is worth analysing for any budding […]

sustanaible

Despite a few voices to the contrary, we know what the price of modern society’s dependence on carbon-producing power and technology is. The climate has already started to change, and that change could soon spiral out of control. We’re past the point that reducing or even eliminating CO2 production can help. We have to find […]

From time to time, I like to share the amazing artists I meet or discover online, and the amazing things they are doing with paper. Today, let me tell you about Shamekh Bluwi. He is a visual artist and fashion illustrator who uses a surprisingly simple (and highly imitable) technique to incredible results. Once you […]

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As much as we have been conditioned to as ‘is there an app for that’ these days, it appears that simply taking notes and outlining the important parts of our day on paper – actual ‘treeware’ – is a great deal more effective than using any of the very many electronic day planning and note […]

Why the Print Catalog Is Back in Style

With even small retailers having an online presence and shopfront these days, it might seem like an unusual decision for a major retailer to revive print catalogues as part of their marketing strategy. However, that’s just what J C Penney have recently announced. Reason n.º 1 – Engage Customers Traditional retailers have never stepped away […]

Even though many of us get our news fix online or on tablet devices these days, there is a still a fascination with an old-fashioned press and the smell of newsprint. The printing plant for the New York Times is over 4645.152 m², and is manned by around 350 employees who produce the paper every […]

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