Printing and Graphic Design Blog

So Happy Together: All About Cards and Envelopes

By Sara Capello | Tue, Aug 09, 2016

Everyone loves getting a card in the mail. It's an old fashioned way of saying hello, extending an invitation, or just saying thank you. Cards and envelopes come in all shapes and sizes, and it's important to consider the size, shape and paper you'll be using before creating your design. Did you know that certain envelopes, like square for example, cost more money to send through the mail than rectangular ones? Did you fall in love with a specialty paper only to find out you can't get envelopes  that match? This blog will take you through the ins and outs of card and envelope design, using some standard sizes as examples.

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How to Convert Traditional Artwork & Illustration to Digital Art

By Sara Capello | Tue, Jul 26, 2016

We live in a digital world. Having an online presence today is essential for almost any business. Artists especially have really benefited from the internet, their work can now be shared with and sold to an enormous audience. Knowing how work with your artwork digitally is really important, this blog post will give you some tips on how to take your traditional artwork and bring it into a digital format to reproduce with ease.

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10 Fonts Graphic Designers Should Own & Why

By Carissa Colclough | Tue, Jul 19, 2016

Are you getting tired of using the same couple of fonts for your projects? Check out this list to add some variety to your collection.

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How to Make Your Business Cards Stand Out

By Sara Capello | Thu, Jun 23, 2016

There are few things more important in the professional world than having an amazing business card. Business cards are the pathway for making important connections, spreading your name, and giving potential clients, partners, or workspaces an easy way to reach you and your services. Your business card needs to stand out against your competitors and TPI Solutions Ink is here to help not only with the printing, but with the design as well!

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