FPO: For Print Only

In a digital world, it’s really nice to see some focus back on printed matter. I just discovered this blog and am excited to see what kind of content they can deliver. And I also agree with their perspective—niche design blogs are a rarity and gaining more success. Like ‘Brand New’—another blog I’ve been enjoying for awhile—this blog’s purpose is well defined. However, “print” is a pretty huge category. Now, if it were letterpress stationary on mold-made paper, that would be niche! (Oh, nice title, too. Anyone who’s done a lot of print knows it’s a play on the abbreviation “for placement only”, which refers to the placement of the letters “FPO” over non-production ready imagery or design.)

FPO: For Print Only.


About workpath

I am a visual communication designer for print, digital interface and environment. I am currently focusing on digital user interface design for web, applications, mobile and consumer products in Seattle, Washington.

One comment

  1. I always wondered what the FPO meant!

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