culture of craft

Where no card has gone before

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In the vast universe of the business world, we communicate via text, email, Instagram, blogs, Skype, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook—and surely there will be another platform to come that that will change the face of communication. And yet there is one physical component of our business lives that seems to be more relevant than ever. As small as it is, the business card continues to remain a crucial piece of our professional identity.

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Champion of Craft: Erik Marinovich

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This year we kicked off a series of storytelling inserts entitled “Champions of Craft,” created to recognize the work of aspiring and seasoned designers and makers.  In the March/April 2015 issue of GDUSA , we champion the work of Erik Marinovich, a San Francisco- based lettering artist and designer, who finds inspiration where friendship and the alphabet converge.

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Make a Blurb Book, Upgrade (for Free!) to Mohawk Superfine Paper

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This month, we’re teaming up with Blurb to help you make your next book the best it can be—with a free upgrade to Mohawk Superfine paper.

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The Power of Impression

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The word ‘impression’ has several meanings. Impressions can be both physical and emotional; they can be both quickly formed and long lasting. They bring life to communication, and they shape perception.

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Materials Matter | Experts weigh in on why materials matter

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We know when we encounter well-made things. They taste better, last longer, look more beautiful and feel good in our hands. To put it simply, materials matter. We asked a group of experts, why materials matter to their products.

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Seed to Sheet

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Recycled pulps and sustainable forests are changing how we think about paper.

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