Perfectly in line with the growing interest in self-expression, Charmfril’s company mission statement is “echo you.” The founder, Ariana Chalifour, wanted to make it easy for people to personalize everyday items like phone cases, picture frames, and lockets by using unique and custom charms to reflect the personality of the individual. Through her efforts, Charmfril boasts a huge variety of…
At Dazzle, we love working with artists. We also know how difficult it can be for artists to attract attention and gain a following, especially when they’re just starting out. That’s why we felt privileged to get to work with TortillaGurl and their artistic magazine printing project. Founded in 2015, TortillaGurl provides a platform and voice for Baltimore artists who…
This colorful trifold brochure printing project was for Days for Girls, a nonprofit organization dedicated to giving girls in less developed countries the education and resources necessary to manage their personal hygiene.
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.
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.
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.
It can be frustrating to deal with color inconsistency when switching from one process to another. Color matching is always difficult. One solution is to print only with spot inks, like Pantone, but that quickly becomes exorbitantly expensive. So when you are designing or printing on a budget and it’s time to choose between processes, it’s good to know that you can convert to a cheaper option in CMYK.
Okay, so you’re starting out on a new business adventure. You’ve got a great prototype and funding is starting to come together. Your company name is fresh, relevant, and just a bit cheeky. Now you just need to slap some color on that typeface and you’re all set, right?
In today’s economy, no one wants to waste money…especially on your direct mail marketing. Our six dos and don’ts of direct mail marketing will ensure that you don’t waste a penny!