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The ‘PULP’ Exhibition: Pushing The Boundaries Of Paper

Step into the enchanting world of paper artistry, where strips of cardboard, papier-mâché, and meticulous folding converge. The upcoming exhibition, 'PULP,' promises to be a visual feast, showcasing the innovative and awe-inspiring works of over two dozen international artists. Hosted at MAKE Southwest, the exhibition is a collaborative effort by the Paper Artist Collective and...Read More

Survey Reveals Consumers Want The Right To Choose How They Receive Their Communications

The recent research report from Two Sides Europe, the ‘Trend Tracker Survey 2023’, seeks to understand changing consumer perceptions towards print, paper and paper-based packaging, looking specifically at their environmental perceptions, reading habits, packaging preferences and attitudes towards tissue products. Paper vs Digital Communications Across Europe, an increasing number of brands and organisations are switching...Read More

Survey Reveals Consumers Perceive Paper And Pulp Has Less Impact On Forests Than Other Industries

The recent research report from Two Sides Europe, the ‘Trend Tracker Survey 2023’, seeks to understand changing consumer perceptions towards print, paper and paper-based packaging, looking specifically at their environmental perceptions, reading habits, packaging preferences and attitudes towards tissue products. What Impacts On Forests Most? The print and paper industry is surrounded by myths, many...Read More

How Do Historical Documents Stand The Test Of Time?

Did you know that there exists a fragment of paper from a map that was made over 2,000 years ago? [1] It’s an incredible fact when you consider how paper can be so easily cut, torn, screwed up, shredded, pulped or burned! When we think of ancient documents, we perhaps tend to think of paper’s...Read More

Japan, The High-Tech Country Where Paper Is Revered

It’s curious to think that the country that has long been associated with technology has never lost touch with one of the world’s oldest manmade materials. Paper. While much of the world is embracing all things digital, in Japan, paper continues to be used in abundance. From its use in age-old rituals to its still-current...Read More

10 Simple Steps To Make Your Own Paper

If you’re looking for a sustainable and fun craft idea suitable for adults and children alike, making your own paper could be just the thing. The very first paper was made by a Chinese court official during the Eastern Han period (25-220 AD) [1]. It’s thought that he made his paper by mixing mulberry bark,...Read More