Print on Bottles – A Silent Game Changer

A german based company, KHS, has been investing heavily into changing the way bottles are labeled.  Or should I say, Printed.  Long story short, they have developed one the worlds first digital direct print PET bottle printers. No longer would your pop or water bottle come with a label, rather it would be printed directly onto […]

Gifpop! A Company Printing Lenticular GIFS

Ever wanted a Printed GIF image? So you can paste it on your fridge, or gift a friend? It is now a reality through this Kickstarter funded campaign turned company – GIFPOP.  Their motto – Gifs aren’t just for screens anymore. Gifpop brings animated gifs to life with the magic of lenticular printing This project intends to […]

Hillvetica, The Hillary Clinton Typeface

I think this very well may be the first political post here on InkOnDaPaper.  With Hillvetica, don’t worry, we are not about to get preachy. Hillary Clinton announced her run for presidency on Sunday and her logo was an instant sensation.  A blue H connected by a red arrow.  Pretty bold and expected move by Hillary […]

Why Traditional Printing is Still Important

Had to share this post from Lee Traupel. I also believe their is a place for traditional printing. Digital might be the glamorous, but people still enjoy print. I know I enjoy reading paper books instead of on my iPad.  Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lee-traupel-/why-traditional-printing_b_7052292.html We all fall in love with the latest and greatest technology, tools and digital marketing […]

The Joy of Work

What a great quick story to read on a friday.  Have a great weekend fellow printheads!   The Joy of Work. The thinking behind a food franchise is that a meal in one location should be identical to that same chain in a different location. At Dunkin’ Donuts, then, a cup of coffee is a cup […]