Last year, I wrote an article about making the first Bible out of stone paper. Now, we really are. Here are my thoughts so far.
Returning to the U.S. after 8 years, Hunter Bliss provides insight into American society and how this move impacts Pebble Printing.
Who in the U.S. could print a project like this? This project is uncompromising in quality and it must be printed in the U.S.
Hunter Bliss discusses what Pebble Paper offers in the matte and semi-gloss arena, and what’s next for Pebble Printing Group.
After testing his new inkjet-adapted stone paper material, Pebble Paper, Hunter Bliss announces what business will look like.
Hunter Bliss introduces Pebble Paper, a sustainable alternative to traditional paper and a serious contender for inkjet applications.
Hunter Bliss describes his first direct mail campaign that ignited his stone paper business. With American creativity, he won business.
Stone paper has given printers reason to believe it will take over the inkjet market due to its promising economics and functionality.
Hunter Bliss runs a printing business based in China, which specializes in radical sustainability, with an emphasis on stone paper.