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New Promotion: SUNDANCE and the American Southwest






Take a journey to the four corners of the American Southwest with Neenah Paper's latest promotion on the Sundance collection. "From the Heart of the American Southwest" has lassoed together an affordable assortment of workhorse sheets with sophisticated swagger.
The promotion reveals the simple elegance of the Southwest United States via picturesque images that have been printed using both offset and digital presses. Outside, the cover is printed with a registered emboss and metallic ink on the tactile, felt finish of Sundance 110 lb. Cover in Harvest Yellow. Inside, a number of printing techniques are used—including registered, sculptured, and foil embossings on the three textures of Sundance - smooth, felt and linen. Page 1 features a registered and overprinted foil emboss on on Coyote Red. A sculptured emboss can be found on page 15 printed on Crushed White 80 lb. Cover. Hidden among the pages, are interesting facts and features about each area printed in a variety of colorful and metallic inks. Did you know that Colorado has more microbreweries per capita than any other state?

Don’t be lily-livered now, take a peek inside to learn more about the American Southwest and discover what Sundance Papers can do for you. See the splendor for yourself. For a copy, contact your Olmsted-Kirk Representative today!

"Lewis has a great eye for paper."


Part of the fun of working at Olmsted-Kirk is our daily interaction with truly original and creative designers. We enjoy being a part of their world and seeing the things they create with our papers. On that note, here is the story behind one such memorable project we did with Lewis Carnegie of Austin, Texas.

Husband and wife, Sean and Wendy combined their last names to create the name of their design studio. Lewis is Wendy's maiden name. Who knew it would cause such confusion? The studio frequently fields calls asking for Lewis. "Can I speak to Lewis?" "I saw Lewis's work. Is he available?" Rather than get offended, they embraced this imaginary "Lewis" and created a unique self-promotion series of 5 x 7, twelve page booklets based upon his character.

The first booklet, which recieved a full spread in the latest Communication Arts Illustration Annual was illustrated by Mark Todd. The cover is silkscreened in two colors on Neenah, Environment, Desert Storm and the interior text is digitally printed on Ultra White, smooth. It tells the tales of a prepubescent Lewis from the eyes and voice of a boyhood friend.

Currently, the second installment is being distributed. Illustrated by Scott Nash of Flat Stanley fame, it takes a softer look at Lewis from the perspective of 6 dogs and 1 cat. The cover is printed on Neenah, ESSE, Rosa (picked to mimic the pink of a packet of Sweet 'N Low). This cover is wrapped around an unprinted inside cover of Environment, Cosmos Black. And Sundance, Digital Felt, in Ultra White is used for the interior pages. Once again, the cover has been silkscreened for a hand-generated feel.

Olmsted-Kirk is pleased to be a part of the creative process, guiding Sean and Wendy in their search for just the right papers. It leaves us saying "That Lewis has a great eye for paper."