Monday, 4 October 2010

Globe and Mail goes green

Globe and Mail goes green

The Globe And Mail finally unveiled it's new redesign on Friday

Moving away from broadsheet (pic1) to a slightly larger than Berliner format (pic2), The Globe And Mail is now full-colour throughout and uses glossy paper for certain areas of the paper

The new KBA Commander CT presses provide unparalleled colour and registration quality coupled with an extremely fast output. The Globe And Mail prints from six printing plants spread across Canada

Saturday's issue included a fantastic double truck graphic (pic3) by Ninian Carter who is returning to the UK, and Tonia Cowan, which explains the new printing processes and green initiatives the Globe is striving to implement

It is understood that Carter will continue to work for the Globe and Mail

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