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Designers tend to swoon over Colorplan, and for good reason. Despite its age — it was first launched in 1936 — its cool factor remains extreme. Versatile enough to be used on everything from business cards to works of art, Colorplan is sustainably made in England in 50 gorgeous colors …

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Over the years, I’ve found that the best paper people are those who are super-picky about their paper. Regardless of what the product is — card, invitation, resume, what-have-you — no matter of how well it’s designed, how clever the relationship is between image and copy, how lovely the letterpress or …

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Since it’s Flashback Friday, the timing is perfect to look back on my trip to Mohawk in upstate New York this past September. And while I learned a lot about the company’s rich history — and got a chance to see the Strathmore Archive in its permanent home — I’ve decided that it’s Mohawk …

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