Design Industry News: May 28–June 6

design industry news, the blank sheet projectThe Blank Sheet Project announces the launch of “Leave Your Mark,” a new, dedicated place where ambassadors from a wide range of creative disciplines around the world reveal their personal creative influences. An initiative from Arjowiggins Creative Papers, The Blank Sheet Project aims to inspire creative excellence by encouraging individuals and businesses to be more innovative, thoughtful and sustainable. It asks creative professionals, given a blank sheet of paper, “How will you leave your mark?”


Navitor Midwest and Folders is proud to announce it is now SGP certified, a sustainability certification administered by the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP) and developed by some of the leading trade organizations within the printing industry. Navitor’s partnership with SGP encourages and promotes participation in the worldwide environmental impact and increases social responsibility.


Neenah Paper has announced updates to CRANE’S LETTRA Papers which include the addition of a new, mid-weight 90 lb. cover and a new HP-certified digital finish.


International stock imagery company Alamy has announced its move in to the stock video market with more than 100,000 video clips from the most respected stock video agencies and videographers from around the world.

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