Aaron Scamilhorn, Adam Johnson, Alex Sprungle, Brian Kumle, Dirk Walker, Elyse Boutall, Emma DePrez, Ian Ruisard, Jake Sauer, Jared Andrews, Jeff Anderson, Jenn Storey, John Ilang-Ilang, Jonathan Barker, Marc McMillen, Mariah Knight, Matthew Plett, Molly Stronczek, Nate Utesch, Nick Ferran, Nick Nocera, Ross Schafer, Ryan Harris, Ryan Pickard, Shanel Turner, Shaun Malinowski, Valerie Sheets.
- Middle Waves Music Festival
- Fort Wayne, IN
- Excell Color Graphics
- Fort Wayne, IN
Paper: French Smart White 80 C
Printing: offset CMYK & black foil
Printing by Franklin Press Plymouth, Minnesota
Foil Stamping by McIntosh Embossing Minneapolis, Minnesota
Way back in 1989 we teamed up with Adobe and CSA Images to create a poster announcing the introduction of Adobe Illustrator. Nearly three decades later, with Adobe MAX approaching, the three of us joined forces again. This time, we took it a step further and created not only an Illustrator poster, but also a Photoshop version. Stop and see us at our MAX booth, and be sure to sign up for Charles S. Anderson’s talk so you can hear more about the creation of these amazing posters.
Paper: Muscletone Sno Cone & Madero Beach 140# Cover
Printing: 4/4 (two separate black plates / 2 silver)
Finishing: custom die cutting, perforating, folding and trimming
Printing and finishing by Franklin Press Plymouth, Minnesota
Build a complete paper power-lifting Brian French with all the right body parts and accessories, including his Muscle Car and lots of hair metal jokes. If you are asking what Muscletone paper, weightlifting, old cars and hard rock have in common (as Jerry French did), we explained it this way, they are all HEAVY.
Look out for brawny Brian French traveling the U.S.A., Pushing 140# Muscletone and pumping up his reps. Brian knows that French fans like it heavy, so he offers you these 10 superweight papers, each one amped up to 18 (pt)!
Based on classic hits from across French Paper Company’s rockin’ paper lines, Muscletone combines the strength of powerli ers and the beauty of hair metal bands, and it’s a perfect weigh for cover and packaging gigs. is lineup may be heavy, but Brian makes sure that if you put 140# on press it runs “no sweat!