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The fifth annual installment of the Inkjet Summit recently took place in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. I have been lucky enough to attend all five Summits, and once again, it did not disappoint. Each year, approximately 100 printing company owners and senior-level operations and sales executives attend this invitation-only event.
It’s amazing what can happen when you change the scale of a format, and our friends at Allied sent us a fabulous example.
Designed and produced entirely in-house by Graphic Visual Solutions, this week’s selection has some serious “Wow-factor.”
Lisa Sanders wanted a simple yet sophisticated self-promotion that would explain what public relations was.
Finch Paper, the inaugural keynote sponsor of the Inkjet Summit, will debut its latest inkjet substrate, Mailstream One.
New Leaf Paper has signed an agreement with Finch Paper to manufacture and distribute its 100% PCW recycled New Leaf Ingenuity.
The U.S. International Trade Commission will impose duties on countries that illegally dump large amounts of uncoated paper.
This beautifully designed, oversized brochure from Finch Paper opens like a classic closed gate. However, when you open the gate panels, one side reveals a stitched booklet insert, and the other reveals an iron cross integration. The two added panels become a protective holder for an accordion-folded insert.
This week's featured format is a super-creative idea that solves a longstanding design problem: How can you tuck additional panels into a pop-up format? Finch Paper solved the problem by combining a closed gate format with a V-format pop-up and trimming the fold-in gate panels at the angle of the pop-up.