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The Seven Years’ War, a global conflict known in America as the French and Indian War, ended on February 10, 1863, with the signing of the Treaty of Paris by France, Great Britain, and Spain.

Thomas S. Grimke Autograph Collection, autograph of Edward Braddock, Commander of the British Army, April 17, 1755.

“Signature of Edward Braddock (1695-1755), British commander of troops in North American, who lost his life in the French and Indian war, pasted on a sheet of biographical information.”

Manuscript from the Grimke family papers, 1678-1977, held by the College of Charleston Libraries.

Super excited to be releasing these limited edition prints next month, inspired by the magic of California’s Mount Shasta. They are screen printed in two colors (black and metallic gold) on super nice heavyweight french paper. The prints measure a whopping 18 x 20 inches, perfect size for framing. Each print comes individually signed and numbered. I’m offering my Instagram followers first chance at em, so if you would like to reserve one (or more) just head to:

lisaorth.com/reserve

Cost will be $40 plus shipping. No payments accepted now, only when ready to ship in March. Reservations only available through February 15th. Artwork and photo © 2016 Lisa Orth. (by lisaorth via kooltattoos)

“If my great-great-grandfather J.W. French were alive today he would be shocked to learn that the manufacturing of tangible American products has become a rare and vanishing commodity. Although we see technology and communication evolving, paper is still a vital part of the mix. Unfortunately in America, an increasing percentage of the paper used is generic, shiny, clay-coated stock produced by manufacturers overseas.

"When you choose to use French Paper for print projects that might otherwise run on foreign sheets, you will help ensure that our wide variety of unique American-made papers will continue into the future.”

— Jerry French, in an e-mail to “Friends of French Paper

Brand new screen-print to start the year off: Battle of the Wits!

Pre-orders are now OPEN for this print! 

Size of this piece is: 6.25 x 9.5 inches, and a limited run of 10, printed on 80# cover weight Speckletone Cream French Paper.

This is a revamped version of an old design of mine, so once this piece hits the ground I will be retiring the old version.

Patreon peeps got to see the entire process of this piece! For just $1 you too can have access to my process and WIPs!

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Enjoy! <3

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Construction-themed paper specimen –

This creatively packaged paper sample portfolio promotes the French Paper Company’s line of sturdy “Construction” papers. The card set includes four unnumbered introductory and instructional cards followed by twenty-four numbered assembly cards. Each numbered card is labeled by color and has an image of a building tool or equipment piece printed on one side. These cards may be assembled to complete a puzzle (“full-size poster”) or to create stacked structures. The card set is wrapped in a paper portfolio with folding flaps on the front/top end. All of the items are fastened together with a wingnut and bolt.

Publisher: French Paper Company (Niles, Michigan)

Designers: Charles S. Anderson and Erik Johnson

Illustrations: Erik Johnson

Newberry call number: Wing miniature TS1220 .F7383 2000z 

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Jean Bedez (French, b. 1976, Colmar, France, based Paris) - 1: Cité  de Dieu (City Of God) (detail), 2013  2: Untitled (Femme à la Tête D'ibex), 2010  3:  Stabat Mater Dolorosa, 2014  4: Refrigerium, 2014  5: Ascension, 2013  6: Another horse, fiery red, went out. And it was granted to the one who sat on it to take peace from the earth, and that people should kill one another: and there was given to him a great sword, 2012  Drawings: Graphite on Canson Paper

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French paper bonjour!

So the S.E. Regional Manager of French Paper Co. Came to our class today and gave us a dope ass speech about the different paper types they have at there mill, and may i say it blew me away.  Great speaker! Great Presentation, and best of all free paper specs! I will be definitely be using French Paper products for my future products…. Also on a high note i happened to bump into him again after his presentation was over and he said  i reminded him of an ol friend and that he was going to give me connects with him. lol Hopefully this will be a beginning of a beautiful paper networking relationship if i play my cards right. :-) But anyway support your paper mill.