As we’ve noted previously on our blog, we love to work with artists at Dazzle Printing! When we work with Cynthia, it’s even more rewarding because she uses her artwork to teach others. Her company, Cynthia Knox Fine Art, holds art classes that reach people everywhere – in person and online. Her instruction book printing project teaches readers how to draw a puppy and kitten.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: working with nonprofit organizations is always a wonderful, meaningful experience. With Habitat for Humanity, it is a privilege to get to see the positive change and results that they bring about for their communities from their saddle stitch booklet printing project. Habitat for Humanity provides homes for low-income people who would otherwise live in poor conditions. West Pasco Habitat for Humanity is a community-level group that helps the less fortunate in the Tampa region of Florida.
The Pet Professional Guild (PPG) is a non-profit group that is dedicated to holistic and healthy animal care. They provide information, resources, equipment, and training tips for both animal professionals and pet owners to stay up-to-date on the newest methods in care. One of their educational tools is the publication of their trade journal printing project, BARKS from the Guild.
At Dazzle Printing, we enjoy all of our clients, but it is always especially fun when we get to work with an artist and bring their creations to life on paper. Stephanie Axtell is a wedding photographer based in North Carolina, and we’ve had the honor of printing her wedding booklet printing project for new clients.
One of the best parts of living in a more globally-connected world is how easily people with similar interests can now be brought together. Chess Collectors International is an example of this kind of group, brought together by their mutual interest in collecting chess sets and other chess-related products. We worked with the group’s editor, Duncan, to print this saddle stitch magazine printing project.
There is no better way to keep in touch with a community than by sending a newsletter, and Patricia at Friends of Sierra Leone knows this very well! FoSL is a non-profit organization formed by people who had served in Sierra Leone in the Peace Corps and others who have a heart for aiding in the development and well-being of the West African country. Their color newsletter printing projects keep their widespread members and contributors abreast of projects, challenges, and progress, while celebrating their many successes.
We are always interested in our client’s work, but sometimes we get to work on a project that is truly unique, like this comic book printing project! The multimedia comic series “The Lunatic’s Fringe” works in tandem with a musical album to tell the story of a band using their skills to fight The Party of No, who are trying to destroy rock ‘n roll forever.
It is always an honor when we are trusted with the task of realizing the vision of creative individuals. That trust is even more of a privilege for us when working with a client who advocates for those creative people, time and time again! In this case, Shelley Bosford, the editor and publisher at Evolve Today, turned to us for help with a mystery book printing project: the next in a series by one of the self-published authors she promotes, Christine Oarr Eggleston.
It has never been more important to be able to immediately communicate a clear and powerful message. As human beings, we have always been intensely visual creatures, but as our collective attention span grows shorter and shorter, the use of symbols as primary communication tools (emojis, anyone?) is no longer supplemental, but essential.
In today’s digital world, it can seem like professional printed announcements are a thing of the past. However, the more people and companies turn to email and social media marketing, the more difficult it is to stand out in the crowd.