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Caption: Corey Mundwiler shows me his yearbook: the 1972 edition of Rig Veda at Illinois College in Jacksonville, Illinois. He was editor of both his high school and college yearbooks, and he’s been a rep since the 1970s. Among my many professional blessings is that I get to work with close friends. My friend and …

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TRENDWATCH 20/20: BLACK IS THE NEW BLACK

TRENDWATCH 20/20: BLACK IS THE NEW BLACK HOME Blog Deni Dessastra | Leo Natsume | Luminous Design Group | Roman Post | Black Coke Apple’s Mojave OS brought us dark mode. Star Wars tempted us with the Dark Side. Activated charcoal (and Instagram) introduced us to black ice cream. How might you use black or black-on-black in your 2020 yearbook?

PHOTOGRAPH SOULS

PHOTOGRAPH SOULS HOME Blog Created with Adobe Spark using a free photo from Pixabay Ted Grant said, “If you photograph people in black and white you photograph their souls, but if you photograph them in colour you photograph their clothes.”

A TWO-FER

A TWO-FER HOME Blog “Of our five senses, touch is one of the most important. It dictates how we perceive the world around us, influencing emotion and decision making. Incorporating this underutilized sense into your marketing strategy just makes, well, sense.” This is both inspiration and super interesting. The look of this article on haptics …

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PRETTY PAPERS

PRETTY PAPERS HOME Blog Sometimes we get stuck for ideas because we look to our archived yearbooks or at other schools’ yearbooks. Or other schools’ archived yearbooks. Try looking beyond yearbooks. Here are lovely pieces of inspiration from Neenah Paper. Just in this screenshot I see… Foil applications Font mixing Die cuts Debossing Color combinations …

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