Recycled Paper – Why it is important

Those of you who know Naked Binder, know that we are serious about making sure our products are as high a recycled content as possible and are 100% recyclable. That goes from our pocket folders and tab dividers to our 3 ring binders. Some may question why it is important. We have a lot of […]

Clean Water – still a problem

40 years after the clean water act was passed, there are still issues with the water supply in the mid-west. Iowa has a voluntary program to encourage farmers to fix this problem which is great.  At issue is the contention that it would take billions of dollars to really address the problem – which is […]

High Speed Rail – See what it means to go super fast

High Speed Rail Lines – going 300 mph in comfort. For a lot of us, some cities are too close to fly to and kind of a haul to drive to.  It would be nice if there was an alternative. Perhaps something with an infrastructure already in place…. Nope, can’t think of what it might […]

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Releases 400,000 Images Online for Non-Commercial Use

Look what we found on Colossal: The Metropolitan Museum of Art has released a vast archive of 400,000 (mostly) hi-resolution digital images online that you can download and use for non-commercial purposes. From a 12-megapixel scan of Rembrandt’s 1660 self-portrait to over 18,000 photos spanning almost two centuries. Here are a few quick gems from […]

Cut Paper Art by Michael Hambouz in NYC

From HOW Design Magazine Brooklyn-based multimedia artist Michael Hambouz creates stunning cut-paper artwork, and thanks to The Durst Organization and chashama, 18 of his large-scale cut-paper collages are now on display until November 21, 2014, in the Lobby Gallery of 1133 Avenue of the Americas in New York City. In a celebration of both cut-paper artwork and small-town manufacturing, Factory Made utilizes a 140-year-old French Paper Company’s own […]