All that remains of this extinct multi-tusked boar is a mounted trophy. His unusual mug is intriguing enough to make you stop and take notice. But, if you could actually touch this beast, feel the roughness of his wiry coat, and
the slickness of his tusks, wouldn’t he come to life even more?
You can do this with Sappi Fine Paper company’s The Standard, #5, a beautifully printed guide for achieving remarkable products that connect on many levels.
The wild boar is one among 50+ pages of incredible illustrations and techniques that are feasts for your eyes, hands and mind. Sappi reminds us why print is still a valuable tool for bringing stories to life.
From the wild boar, to a spy’s trench coat with embossed gadgets, to a gravelly footprint in the sand, Sappi provides educational and inspirational ideas for creative people who design for our visual and tactile senses. The Sappi book is also a wonderful idea generator for everyone. The illustrations and special effects are spectacular, and with each there are technical notes that explain every detail of production. For example, the wild boar comes to life because of a sandpaper coating on his bristles, a soft-touch varnish on his snout, and a raised UV coating on his tusks and eyes.
Would you like to meet this savage pig in person? Sappi has given us some extra books to share. So, if you are among the first 10 people to comment on our blog or share this with a friend, we will send you a guide. You’ll see why we’re still wild about print.