MOHAWK LAUNCHES LOOP, WORLD’S MOST COMPREHENSIVE LINE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PAPERS

Mohawk Fine Papers announces the launch of Mohawk Loop: the world’s most comprehensive line of recycled and environmentally preferable papers. Made with renewable energy and post-consumer fiber — including the largest selection of 100% post-consumer waste (pcw) options — these papers offer an environmental pedigree without sacrificing quality, variety or performance. The line also includes a new silk finish paper with the highest pcw content for a coated paper available.

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Choose to re-use: Look at Chronicle Books

[Alyson Kuhn] Three years ago today — April 1, 2007, no foolin’— Chronicle Books moved into a former warehouse that, in its original life, was a machine shop servicing ships in San Francisco Bay, just up the block. Two gantry cranes from that era still remain in the lobby. Chronicle’s commitment to creative re-use is manifest on every floor, in many a drawer and many a bin.

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Daily art nutrition at ArtistADay.com

The mission of Artist A Day is to raise awareness of art globally and to bring more art to more people. This brainchild of Dave Pitman and Geoff Pitchford seems to be buy cheap kamagra

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Graphics Gone Green: Sustainable message, sustainable form

Technologies like print on demand and e-books are altering the business environment for publishers and authors. The new book Graphics Gone Green demonstrates the intersection of technology and sustainable design, and it does so in a multiformat package designers will find intriguing and ultimately practical.

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Kate’s offers new paper flowers … & free online help to make your own

Always in step with the season, Kate’s Paperie, the NYC-based emporium of all things paperfully wonderful, is rolling out a new line of paper flowers. These exquisite paper creations range in price from $25–200. And for those more craftily ambitious or budget-limited, Kate’s will be hosting classes at its five locations on how to make these flowers yourself.

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Ethel Kessler expresses on new Abstract Expressionist stamps

[Alyson Kuhn] Ethel Kessler is the art director for the Abstract Expressionist stamps issued by the USPS a couple of weeks ago. The stamps are making quite a splash, in the post office and in the press. I asked Kessler about the design considerations behind this über-innovative sheet, in which ten original artworks are depicted proportionally on variously-sized stamps.

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