Hey look - it's Botanical PaperWorks 2009 Plantable Eco Calendar in this month's issue of Canadian Gardening. Thanks to the editors for recommending us to the readers of this widely-circulated publication!
It's a restful Sunday afternoon and I'm listening to violinist Itzhak Perlman play Meditation from Thais, a beautiful, haunting melody that I just have to include in this post for you to listen to. Here's violinist Sarah Chang with the Berlin Philharmonica Orchestra, conducted (interestingly) by Placido Domingo.
I was looking through the stack of printing samples from recent customer orders and I noticed a trend of clients using photographs on their plantable postcards, business cards and invitations. The results are excellent as shown below in these samples. Are there any limitations? We tested some birth announcements with photos printed directly on the paper, and the placement of the seed can sometimes look like blemishes on a cheek or forehead, so we tend to steer clients away from using close-up pictures of people.
But I guess you could say that good design and plantable paper make beautiful music together to produce better-than-imagined, synergistic results.