Print finishing is a service offered that enhances and embellishes printed items after the ink is dry. For example, if you have a direct mail piece going out to your customers, you could have a sample pack glued to the piece. In order to have the sample pack affixed to the piece, you would send it to a print finishing company who could handle that job for you, among others. So what are some of the most popular types of print finishing and some examples of when you would use them?
They sort of creating the illusion of a fragrance being made especially for you. After all there are plenty of Marias, Sophias and Ritas out there. One of my aunts was called Loulou for her entire life, although she was christened Theodora. Don't ask, I'm still struggling to find any connections too. A very impressive woman in her prime, she could surely handle Loulou if Cacharel was around during the '50s. And I don't mean the beguiling Loulou playing tender and
Updated Today at 02:21 AM by Le_Coeur_Gothique
It takes guts to name a fragrance after a drug the way Yves Saint Laurent and Veejaga did with their Opium and Hascish respectively back in the days. Opium even started a public uproar in some cities, due to "condoning drug use". I agree. Opium was highly intoxicating, especially if someone drunk it. It also aroused some political based complaints, but a perfume blog is not the right place to deal with this kind of things. What's funny however is that
Updated Yesterday at 04:42 PM by Le_Coeur_Gothique
Perfumes are some of the most potent image generators out there. And I believe that a good deal of this potence lies in the way they were christened. As William S. Burroughs allegedly used to say, language is a virus from outer space. And the most effective one ever I might add, since it has infected us all. Being a glossology enthusiast, perfume names never cease to intrigue me, or even force me into autosuggestion in some cases.
I don't know how a perfume's name is decided and I don't know
Updated Yesterday at 04:41 PM by Le_Coeur_Gothique
Book binding is a process where you assemble the sheets of papers together and attach it with different book covers. If you are a book lover and often visit bookstores as well as libraries, notice the bind on every book. They are done differently. Here is a list and descriptions of some of the most popular and interesting types of book binding.
As the name suggests, this type of binding includes a hard external cover. They are enclosed with different materials like
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