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Founded in Paris by Harold L. Humes, Peter Matthiessen, and George Plimpton in 1953, The Paris Review began with a simple editorial mission: “Dear reader,” William Styron wrote in a letter in the inaugural issue, “The Paris Review hopes to emphasize creative work—fiction and poetry—not to the exclusion of criticism, but with the aim in mind of merely removing criticism from the dominating place it holds in most literary magazines and putting it pretty much where it belongs, i.e., somewhere near the back of the book. I think The Paris Review should welcome these people into its pages: the good writers and good poets, the non-drumbeaters and non-axe-grinders. So long as they're good.”

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Announcement Suites

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The Paris Review

PRODUCTION NOTES

Two multiple-piece mailing packages including a three-panel folder with die cut “harvest moon”.

16-page self-cover booklet
Four-color process, die scored and die cut

The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation (SOLEIF) was founded in 1982, when President Ronald Reagan asked Lee Iacocca, then Chairman of Chrysler Corporation, to head a private sector effort to raise funds for the restoration and preservation of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. In a dramatic response, the American people contributed more than $600 million to the repair, restoration, and maintenance of these two great monuments to freedom. The Foundation's projects have been funded by the American people, without government assistance.

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Announcement

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The Statue Of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation (SOLEIF)

PRODUCTION NOTES

Three-panel gate fold announcement with respond card and envelopes

Two PMS inks, one metallic copper

For the last 90 years, PEN American Center has been working to ensure that people everywhere have the freedom to create literature, to convey information and ideas, to express their views, and make it possible for everyone to access the views, ideas, and literatures of others. Together with colleagues in the international PEN community, the center has been bringing down barriers to free expression and reaching across borders to celebrate, through writing, our common humanity.

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Announcement Package

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Pen American Center

PRODUCTION NOTES

Two multiple-piece mailing packages

Four-color process plus match PMS red

Lapham's Quarterly embodies the belief that history is the root of all education, scientific and literary as well as political and economic. Each issue addresses a topic of current interest and concern—war, religion, money, medicine, nature, crime—by bringing up to the microphone of the present the advice and counsel of the past.

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Invitation Suite

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Lapham's Quarterly

PRODUCTION NOTES

Three-panel folder, respond card and envelopes.
Printed on Crane's Letra. 32-page plus cover program.

Four-color process, die scored

Recognized by clients, the media, and professional commentators as best in class, Weil's lawyers are known for the clarity, timeliness, and effectiveness of their counsel, and as a result, have become their clients' call of first resort for solutions to their toughest legal challenges. Weil's one-firm approach ensures that the Firm works seamlessly to handle the most complex Corporate, Litigation, Regulatory, Tax, and Restructuring challenge.

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Announcement Package

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Weil, Gotshal & Manges

PRODUCTION NOTES

Mailing package with respond card and envelopes.

Digital four-color process

The Paris Review was founded in 1953 by Harold L. Humes, Peter Matthiesson and George Plimpton, has continued to introduce the important writers of the day, including authors of both fiction and poetry.

CJPW frequently prints various announcements for the Review, four of which are shown here.

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Announcements

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The Paris Review

DESIGN

Point Five

PRODUCTION NOTES

The three-panel folders print four-color process on 100 lb Finch Fine Cover, die score and fold.

David and Carin Riley partner in a still-life studio here in Chelsea. They are responsible for many of the beautifully photographed images on this website.

The studio designed this four-panel folder to promote their work and display several product shots from selected portfolio shoots. The outer mailing envelope was letterpress printed in matching turquoise ink on the back flap.

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Portfolio Mailer

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David Riley Photography

DESIGN

Carin and David Riley

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Printed four-color process plus match PMS blue and a satin aqueous 100 lb Creator Silk Cover, die scored and accordion folded. Envelope printed letterpress in blue.

David and Constance Yates are private dealers specializing in European sculpture, medals, drawings and oil sketches from the late 18th to early 20th century.

The invitational package shown was designed and printed to announce the opening of their Paris gallery. It included a two-panel folder, announcement card and outer A-Series envelope. The invitation printed on translucent vellum in gray ink.

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Invite/Announcement Suite

CLIENT

David and Constance Yates

DESIGN

CJPW Design Works

PRODUCTION NOTES

Printed four-color process plus black plus PMS maroon (for the logo color) and PMS blue. Folder: printed on 120 lb McCoy Silk Cover. Vellum insert: 36 lb UV Ultra Radiant White.

Simple but elegant, this little two-panel folder was perfect for the digital press, despite the fact that the quantity was 2,500. It was printed on the HP Indigo 5000 which reproduced the bright colors in the "Menorah map" beautifully.

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Hanukkah Card

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Cheryl Berkowitz

DESIGN

Berkowitz Design

PRODUCTION NOTES

Digitally printed four color process on 100 lb Mohawk Options PC100 (100% recycled) White Cover, scored and folded.

In our opinion there's no such thing as, "it's just a business card" or the like. For this two-panel Christmas Announcement, the designer had his heart set on a bright, vibrant red solid for the front panel, close to PMS 185 red, but brighter. And the stock request was 100% recycled. With the client at press side, we added a touch of yellow and ran the ink a bit heavy. The result was an outstanding, brilliant product.

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Holiday Card and Envelope

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The Bocker Family

DESIGN

Doppelganger Design – Otto Steininger

PRODUCTION NOTES

Printed four color process plus special match red and metallic silver on 100 lb Mohawk Options 96 Vellum Cover (100% PCW), die-scored and folded. Envelope was same two PMS inks on 80 lb Strathmore A7 size.

The designer chose a circus theme for this striking invitation package and mailing hosted by Big Apple Circus at Lincoln Center, NYC. For the paper, they chose an irridescent metallic finish cover stock to coordinate with the circus motif created by the colorful graphics. A simulated "ticket book" was designed as the invtation, with six leaves tucked into a die-cut, wrap-around cover, collated and bound with two brass eyelets. We printed the envelope on matching text paper and converted it with a square flap.

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Big Apple Circus Invitation Package

CLIENT

Reservoir Capital

DESIGN

Synergy Graphix

PRODUCTION NOTES

Printed four-color process using Oxybind inks on 105 lb Neena Esse Pearlized Cover and matching 80 lb text.

This lively Spring event was personified by the cheerful, light and playful graphics created by Point Five. Two pastel colors were chosen and through the clever use of tints and overlays, a new, very colorful pastel palette was created. The design theme carried over to each of the elements, so matching inks from from one item to the next was key to this project. We can sum up the client's feelings after she received her samples, "The Garden Party . . .. invites look fabulous. Thank you for the speedy delivery ….".

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Garden Party Invitation Package

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First Presbyterian Church Nursery School

DESIGN

Point Five Design

PRODUCTION NOTES

Printed PMS match blue and yellow on Mohawk Options 100 lb PC100 White Cover and matching 80 lb text.

Foil stamping on textured stock is a sure method of guaranteeing quality. The copper foil sample was stamped on an off-white cover and produced an attractive greeting card with lots of eye-appeal.

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Greeting Cards

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Hadassah

DESIGN

Hadassah Creative Services

PRODUCTION NOTES

Copper foil stamp over black plus PMS brown on 80 lb. Carnival Felt White Cover

Count cards, shrinkwrap with envelopes and ID slip

The same PMS brown ink was used for the brochure, pocket folder and order card, so we combined the elements onto one form to guarantee a perfect color match. So pleased was our client, the Wyeth family, that they took the time to write CJPW a highly complementary letter.

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Wyeth Book Promotion

CLIENT

David Michaelis

DESIGN

Eric Baker Design

PRODUCTION NOTES

All pieces were printed four-color process plus PMS match brown and satin aqueous on 80 lb. Strathmore Elements Solids

Cover die cut with pasted pocket

 

More attractive blind embossing is possible if the design and the budget include a sculptured brass die. Here is an excellent example of truly "beautiful" embossing. Blind embossing is normally done with both pressure and heat and frequently requires use of a mating "counter," a reverse impression of the embossing die.

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Embossed Sympathy Greeting Card

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Hadassah

DESIGN

In-House

PRODUCTION NOTES

7" x 10" two-panel folder

PMS green plus sculptured blind emboss. 80 lb. Cougar Opaque Natural Cover with matching A7 envelopes

Die score flat, count and assemble with envelopes, shrinkwrap

In this age of digital everything, it's a pleasure to be able to print true four-color process – even on small print runs – and receive outstanding results. Here again the up-front color correcting and proofing was a guarantee of a perfectly represented art piece.

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European Sculpture

CLIENT

David and Constance Yates

DESIGN

Art-Pro

PRODUCTION NOTES

8 ½" x 11" two-panel folder, die score and fold

Four-color process plus PMS gray and satin aqueous. 100 lb. Centura Matte Cover

Designed by Point Five Design, the layout of this 3-panel folder included metallic silver ink and a match purple. Overprinting metallic inks can be troublesome, especially with small type and graphics. We opted to print in two separate passes, adding a satin aqueous between each sequence to seal the ink and allow accurate, clean overprinting.

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NYU Child Study Center Awards 2006

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New York University

DESIGN

Point Five Design

PRODUCTION NOTES

7" x 7" three-panel folder

PMS purple, metallic silver plus two hits satin aqueous

100 lb. Diamond Gloss Cover

Die score and fold

A previous issue of CJPW News, our quarterly newsletter, described the benefits and beauty of letterpress. More customers are requesting this very handsome process, produced today almost as it was fifty years ago except now polymer plates are used in place of foundry type. Both the invitation and its carrier envelope were letterpress-printed and yielded a striking, second-look quality. And to add icing on the cake, we printed the invitation in two colors.

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Save the Date

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American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science

DESIGN

Point Five Design

PRODUCTION NOTES

6 ¼" x 6 ¼" single-panel card letterpress two colors, PMS blue and metallic gold. 110 lb. Strathmore Writing Natural White Wove Cover

Matching 6½" square envelopes letterpress same two colors

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