My friend Ann Foley surprised me this amazing New Year’s gift. She’s such a talented designer, as you can see, and she went the extra mile to have the calendar backing printed as letterpress on a heavy grade of delightfully textured cardstock.
Holding Ann’s calendar in my hand is proof that, no, print will never die. We will always have this sensory need that only hardcopy can satisfy. In fact, the more digitized we become, the more meaningful an actual touch-and-feel piece becomes. It’s so tactile. So personal. So haut de gamme, if you will.
Goodness, I feel very special that Ann cared enough to give me a printed piece. And a beautiful one at that!