Neenah Paper asked seven emerging artists to creatively interpret the cities they live using Neenah’s CLASSIC papers.
Neenah Paper's sales growth in 2014 resulted primarily from higher volumes, as well as favorable currency translation and increased net selling prices. Net sales of $230.4 million in the second quarter of 2014 grew 9 percent compared with $212.3 million in the second quarter of 2013 as Technical Products revenues increased 10 percent and Fine Paper revenues grew 7 percent.
With Neenah Cabinet, users can browse, search, view and compare paper for print projects whenever or wherever they work—on the Desktop, iPad, iPhone or Android. The new Cabinet features an improved and more intuitive user experience, scalable chrome and significant performance enhancements with OS X.
Neenah Paper is celebrating the one-year anniversary of The Beauty of Letterpress by presenting a $30,000 check to Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum. "Our future appeared quite bleak only a year ago," said Jim Moran, museum director. "When the call came from Neenah with the offer to help raise funds with matching support, we were stunned. It was a chance to take a breath and know we had a far better chance to make this work. The Museum's legacy could move forward."
Neenah Paper announces the relaunch of its Environment Papers premium recycled papers line with fresh, new natural colors and a tactile Raw finish. Created for sustainable communication programs, luxury packaging and all digital print applications, the offering contains 30 to 100 percent postconsumer fibers and is manufactured under sustainable practices.
The Design Collection, from Neenah Paper, is designed to be an inspiring and indispensable resource for every designer whether freelancer, studio or in-house engaged in branded print collateral or packaging work. The line includes 11 well known paper brands, six iconic lines from North America and five Italian lines. The papers are colored, textured, pearlized.
Neenah Paper wanted to find a way to help rebuild Moore, OK, after the devastating, miles-side tornado touched down on May 20. Having had much success with its new platform, The Beauty of Letterpress, in raising funds (specifically for the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum), Neenah thought it might be able to utilize its new platform to help. The idea was to create a limited edition print.
Neenah Paper has launched a new Website, The Beauty of Letterpress, to celebrate the art of letterpress printing and its creators with the first virtual, community-based gallery of modern letterpress samples and resources.