PORTLAND, Maine — Pulp+Wire, a Portland-based, award-winning design and marketing firm, is featured in the July issue of Pack Odyssey (L’Odyss√©e Du Pack), a France-based trending publication.
The monthly, packaging-focused publication, which is distributed in both French and English, focuses on emerging branding and design trends and showcases Pulp+Wire for its artful packaging design for Maine-based Pleasant River Soap. Included in a feature titled “Renewing Art Nouveau” about how art nouveau, now considered a retro look, is once again inspiring contemporary package designs, the article spotlights the typography, colors and functionality Pulp+Wire selected for Pleasant River’s eye-catching packaging.
“Our focus is always on what’s working for our clients, but it’s always nice to be recognized by industry publications that set the standard for trend-setting design,” said Taja Dockendorf, Pulp+Wire founder. “We are honored by the recognition and very happy to play a role in our clients’ successes.”
Pleasant River Soap began as a home-based apothecary company and, with the help of Pulp+Wire, quickly earned a spot on the shelves of influential retailers including Whole Foods and is picking up additional regional distribution. As a result, the company is enjoying rapid growth and steadily increasing popularity.
About Pulp+Wire Traditional Print and Online Media Pulp+Wire (www.PulpandWire.com), located at 2 Milk Street in the Old Port district of Portland, Maine, specializes in traditional print and online media. Pulp+Wire‚Äôs client base ranges in size and scope from small, local start-ups, to craft product manufacturers to service providers with national and, in some cases, international reach. Utilizing a client-centric business model, Pulp+Wire produces outstanding creative solutions custom tailored to build and help businesses succeed. Capabilities include branding, graphic design, packaging, advertising, web design, mobile, strategic communications and marketing.
Pulp+Wire has been recognized for outstanding design by GDR UK, Ad Club of Maine, Graphic Design USA Magazine, the National Barbecue Association, National Barbecue News, Package Design Magazine and other local and national publications and online outlets. In addition, Taja Dockendorf has authored articles for local, regional and national publications including the Portland Press Herald, Maine Ahead Magazine and BrandMakerNews. Find Pulp+Wire on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/pulpandwire) and Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/pulpandwire).
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