Up For Grabs

17 articles in category Up For Grabs

Take it from me, a partnership can make or break a project. I’ve been in publishing long enough to have worked with a variety of personality types: sometimes the combination bears fruit immediately; sometimes it takes a while to hit a collective stride; and very occasionally you’ve just got to …

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Colorplan, that ultra-popular paper range of 50 fabulous hues and available through Legion Paper here in the states, is trying to find the world’s favorite color. Not only can you can help, you can win a really grand paper prize! Crossing cultures and continents, national borders and language barriers, age brackets and …

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A while back, I profiled Tucci Cursive’s Boss Like a Lady series. Liz and I kept up a casual correspondence, and then on April 18, just when crazy National Stationery Show (NSS) stress was going into high gear, Liz reached out again with a fabulous idea. In honor of the show’s …

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The November OliveBox is out — and it’s all about outdoorsy enchantment. And, I’ve got one to give away to a lucky TPC reader! Thank you so much Grace Kang for your generosity — not to mention your great eye in assembling this charming autumnal assemblage. But, first things first. Here’s …

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Sometimes you have to look to the past to create the future, and that’s just what Mohawk has done with its release of its four new Strathmore ‘Heritage Colors.’ With 123 years of American craftsmanship and the amazing Strathmore Archives to review, there are a certainly a lot of colors to …

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Some people are connoisseurs of wine or cigars, but me — I prefer the subtle raised type and delicate bruising of engraving. This centuries-old craft is the quieter, yet still incredibly stunning sister of letterpress, and since she rarely comes out of the shadows these days, I’m always thrilled to …

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It’s nearly April — National Letter Writing Month — which can only mean one thing: write_on! Last year letterpress design houses Egg Press and Hello!Lucky challenged their customers and fans to join them in writing 30 letters in 30 days, and to jumpstart the process, they offered four free letterpress cards to the first …

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