• CHARCOAL GRAY
  • RIVERA ROSE
  • CHINO
  • DUSK BLUE

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Take a Look at ACCENT

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Choose ACCENT® and Olmsted-Kirk for your next print project whether it is digital or offset. We promise the affordable price won't blow your budget. With six text weights and four cover weights, this FSC® certified paper is the right choice. Plus, it is available in two colors - white and warm white in cartons, skids and rolls.

• High 97 brightness and preferred Blue-White shade provides excellent print contrast for intense whites and subtle tone variations for dark colors
• Smooth, level printing surface produces crisp, vivid images and consistent production with proper ink holdout and quick-drying characteristics
• Excellent opacity for minimal show-through
• Easy and exceptional folding, scoring, die-cutting and perforating
• Use Super Smooth finish for near matte print fidelity on high-end or image-heavy materials
• Use Smooth finish for good ink holdout on halftones and duotones
• Use Vellum finish for when the job calls for a more textured, toothy finish

Get in contact with your Olmsted-Kirk representative to get your copy.

Paper Catalogs Making a Comeback

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Catalogs are the perfect vehicle for storytelling and provide customers with rewarding brand experiences and product information they trust. Download the new catalog sell sheet from Paper and Packaging: How Life Unfolds to learn how printed catalogs can be used to drive online sales. In a recent article by Harvard Business Review, they stated "Many brands and retailers, such as Nordstrom, Patagonia, Crate and Barrel, Restoration Hardware, and leisure services such as vacations and cruise lines, are investing heavily in physical catalogs. Even pure-online retailers that prided themselves in creating efficient and digitized consumer experiences such as Wayfair, Bonobos, Birchbox, and Amazon are now printing catalogs." If you'd like to learn more, go to this HBR article.