In an effort to woo Amazon for its second headquarters, Visit Philadelphia joined a group of local organizations to develop a campaign.
For those in the magazine and catalog printing and publishing segments, the past year has been nothing short of dynamic.
Heret Packaging developed a unique approach to a traditional 12-month calendar. The Junglendar is a month-by-month freestanding calendar and was developed to showcase Heret's in-house production capabilities.
OK Go, a band known for its inventive music videos, used 567 printers and lots of paper to choreograph a mesmerizing dance.
Although many brand owners still want to hold physical prototypes in their hands, 3D prototyping is…
During Heidelberg’s Packaging Days, journalists traveled to the Netherlands and Belgium to visit two customers using the Speedmaster.
During last week’s Heidelberg Packaging Days event, Heidelberg’s Stephan Plenz led a session looking at the future of packaging.
The Heidelberg Primefire 106 hybrid press for the folding carton market was the star of the show during the Packaging Day event held from Nov. 8-9 in Wiesloch-Walldorf, Germany. Customers and journalists learned about the technology from both Heidelberg executives and users of the press.
“Stranger Things” was released on a streaming service, but Netflix has released the first season on DVD, with very cool packaging.
A recent packagePRINTING webinar offered advice for how to use creative means to attract a new generation of press operators.
A recent webinar discussed the future of printing, highlighting five trends that could lead a company to success.
New technology in offset printing offers opportunities to cut costs and makeready times and to increase quality control, ultimately winning over new customers and satisfying existing customers. But first you need to know what options are available.
Seeing mugs hanging on hooks in a store isn’t unusual, but David Shaw knew that when he saw his mugs in a store without the packaging, it was a mistake. Shaw is co-owner of The Unemployed Philosophers Guild, a purveyor of novelty gifts, including an array of heat-activated design and color-changing mugs.
In our new series, Apptitude, Ashley Roberts will take time in each episode to highlight some of the unique and innovative printing and finishing techniques being used in the commercial print and visual communications spaces. In this episode, we take a look at a piece of direct mail from Rochester, NY-based BCC Software that was developed and printed in-house by Shawmut Communications.
Digital embellishment capabilities can open the door to printed electronics and custom content.