Monthly Archives January 2019

In November, the Guinness World Record for most postcards tied into a single image was broken – in a compelling attempt to raise awareness about global warming. Perhaps the last place you might expect to find a giant postcard is posted to the side of a Swiss glacier. Yet, in November 2018 that’s exactly what […]

Far from heralding the end of print photobooks, digital photography and digital printing are enabling a thriving new independent photobook publishing and collecting scene. Willibald Sauerländer was one of the greatest living German speaking and writingart historians. Having witnessed the rise and decline of art book publishing afterthe Second World War, the print runs of […]

In this age of digital communications and declining readerships, there is one element of print media that is thriving: business to business communications. The Printing Report investigates why. Businesses have long used print marketing – both for direct marketing and in business publishing. What is more surprising, perhaps, is that business appetite for print media […]

  Paper art can inspire some amazing creations – including in advertising. The Printing Report takes a look at one paper-based campaign with real impact. Alzas y Bajas Magazine is a capital markets publication based in Argentina. It commissioned the J Walter Thompson Buenos Aires agency to create a series of print advertisements for it […]

What better way to treat yourself this Veganuary than a beautiful and eco-friendly designer bag? These beautiful Italian creations look and feel like leather but are actually made from paper. Uashmama makes beautiful bags that have the same properties as leather – soft, sturdy and easy to dye – but are actually made from a […]