The name may invoke a sense of mystery, but Enigma Design is no riddle: they’ve been helping large and small businesses for more than two decades. The principal designer, Jason Lewis, provides a vast array of services for his clients, from branding tools to website creation to specialty products like mugs and t-shirts. But not all of his designs are…
Odiseas Centroamericanas is an organization working to find and promote cultural stories from Central America. It was started by Efrain Figueroa and Rosibel Ochoa when they discovered a lack of stories that reflect the rich cultures in the different countries of Central America, particularly when it came to children’s and young adult literature. By collecting the stories and putting them into fun, bilingual formats of cultural book printing, they are able to both reach a broad audience and ensure that children can learn about their heritage.
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.
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.
Have you ever sought to create your own unique short stories and get into short story publishing? Self-published short story work among other kinds is becoming a trendy, indie pastime for many artists and writers; one look in a local coffee shop may quickly reveal how important these self-published short stories are in today’s society.
Are you passionate about writing? If so, then you have probably been keeping an eye out for a great writers workshop. As you probably know by now, a writers workshop is designed with the intention of helping students improve their writing skills by engaging in the writing process with a mentor, teacher, or expert in a given area of writing.
If you’re a self-published book author, book readings can offer you an amazing opportunity to interact with your readers and reach out to more people. However, it is important to put some thought into staging and promoting the event if you want to get the best out of it. Here are 5 tips to help make your first public book reading a successful one.
Have you always had a dream to self-publish? If so, then you are not alone and you should consider these self-publishing tips. Creative individuals around the world are fascinated with the idea of publishing their own original writing pieces or designs.
In this week’s spotlight, we wanted to highlight the brilliant creative work of one of our longtime clients, MGH, a 20-year-old marketing firm located just outside of Baltimore, Maryland and their portfolio book printing project.
MGH is one of the largest integrated marketing firms in the mid-Atlantic, offering a full spectrum of services including advertising, market research, public relations, social media marketing, and a whole lot more.