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7 June 2018

Luckily, for all of us, Wolman said yes and became Rolling Stone magazine’s first Chief Photographer from 1967 through late 1970. He not only witnessed what can be described as the most important period of change and upheaval in popular... Read More

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Luckily, for all of us, Wolman said yes and became Rolling Stone magazine’s first Chief Photographer from 1967 through late 1970. He not only witnessed what can be described as the most important period of change and upheaval in popular music and...

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It turns out we are more likely to remember something we read on paper than something we read on the screen. And it’s not just me telling you this, scientists have pinpointed three reasons for this:...

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You may know that I love the printed word. I read as many as 60 print publications per month. While  this number is tightly correlated with the time I spend in airports, I’d venture to guess that my consumption level is pretty high. I usually have four...

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It’s part of the reason we collect back issues of magazines, books, great paper and print samples, as well as educational references. Like you, I use them for inspiration and to see how others solved design, layout, font and color problems.  Whether...

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Why is that? A key reason is that wood fiber is one of the most expensive components of paper, and uncoated papers require a higher ratio of fiber per pound than coated sheets. Specialty uncoated paper machines must also run slower and produce smaller...

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The ripple effects of our Ideas that Matter program have hit the shore here at Sappi, just as they continue to spread to external programs and people. If you’ve read or heard about Ideas that Matter, or if you’ve ever entered or won a grant, you know...

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Featuring an image of a solar eclipse taken by astrophysicist Fred Espenak, aka Mr. Eclipse, of Portal, AZ, the stamp shows an image of a solar eclipse seen from Jalu, Libya, on March 29, 2006. The stamp is certainly designed beautifully. But, what makes...

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Here’s a sample of what we’ve uncovered in this category— According to a 2015 multi-country study, an overwhelming 92% of college students surveyed said they prefer reading in print over any form of electronic media. Respondents explained that a...

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When it comes to making the most of readily available print technologies, Sappi has a strong and long history of helping printers and creatives make smart decisions. Our go-to resources, vetted by experience, have created a leading space for Sappi as an...

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