Printing And Prepress

Sep 24, 2010 No Comments

Printing and Prepress Basics While art and design schools do an impressive job of teaching the importance of form, function, and how to use flashy Photoshop techniques, it’s rare that designers have been taught the skills necessary to pass off their projects to printers so that they may not only successfully, but smoothly, produce a [...]

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Base 900 Sans Serif

Sep 24, 2010 No Comments

Introducing Base 900 Sans By: Zuzana Licko The Base 900 fonts will convey a modular, geometric style, reminiscent of the early computer technology era, but with an updated, more refined look made possible by a high-resolution grid. This family is a high fidelity revision of the Base 9 design, an all-inclusive family of screen fonts [...]

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If Four-Color Process Is Too Costly Give Spot Color A Try

Sep 21, 2010 No Comments

If you’re marketing products that need full-color representation in your sales promotional materials, there’s no alternative but to print four-color process. Aside from the cost issue, the design possibilities are endless. But if your product and concept will allow, you may have another way to go, get very satisfying results and save money. There’s no [...]

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The U.S. Constitution

Sep 13, 2010 No Comments

Printing, which is the preservative of all arts. Now 223 years old, the U.S. Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787 at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, by thirty-nine of the fifty-five delegates who attended. It was ratified by the States in 1789 and thus established the new Federal government. James Madison’s outline, the Virginia [...]

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