This is a nice work of art. This is not an anti Windows post at all. It’s about the idea to put 2D into 3D. Something we are also into
The Hamilton Wood Type Museum inspires visitors with a vast hoard of fonts, woodcuts, and catchwords from printing’s past. This movie is an excerpt from the documentary around the endangered factory.
Feel the craftmenship, the passion and the very root of a font’s bezier curve in this heart warming movie.
We see the traffic from mobile devices grow like crazy. We’ve come across some apps that you might like.
Since our industry domain is creating innovative hardware and software for the all things packaging and printing, we leave the real writing to the pros.
Richard Romano wrote an article for Whattheythink.com, about apps targeted to creatives in the industry.
“There are color palette compilation and sampling apps, measurement apps, time management apps, billing assistant apps, even “creative doodling” apps. Most of these are free or at most a few bucks. Are any of them worth the time and effort? Or are they just novelties? The answer to those questions boils down to several sub-questions: do they work at all, are they useful, and can they make you more productive?” In this week’s installment of the Creative Corner, Mr Romano took a look at four of them. Read the full article.
This post is actually triggered by a mail we received this morning. There’s a new app, called Plastic Wiz (TM). PlasticWiz (TM) is an innovative plastic packaging app that calculates price and weight per roll, bag, tube, printed impression, and sheet. It even organizes and sends quotes. Check it out here.