Brutally Honest

June 23, 2020

When Emily Cohen and Once-Future Office came to Brilliant to print their newest publication, we were ecstatic. Brutally Honest is “designed for designers” – it is a vibrant book full of real-world strategies to evolve creative businesses. Brilliant worked to make Emily’s vision a reality on paper. We matched the color-critical details with a mix…

Two letterpresses were found in Zurich and rebuilt for our plant.

June 19, 2020

We installed two letterpresses in order to provide specialty printing for our art and design customers. Our windmill letterpress was made in 1957, and the large cylinder press was born in 1965. The presses were found in Zurich, and rebuilt by Richard Smith of PressWerx in Dallas, Texas. We have completed some spectacular print projects…

Your Guide to Temple University

June 18, 2020

Temple has an impassioned message to prospective students and families and needed a book to convey that message in an impressionable and memorable fashion. This was accomplished with 64 pages of photos and text, and a pocket on the back cover. The text includes 12 leaves of unique page sizes; horizontally short, vertically short and/or…

New book release by PAUL CAVA

June 10, 2020

Brilliant is pleased to share the news of Paul Cava’s newest book release. The book features photographs, collages and montages by the artist, Paul Cava. Designed by Denise Avayou, the book is printed on McCoy matte paper in an edition of 250 copies. The book is produced as a softcover with 76 pages at 12…

Early Results from the Survey Are In

June 5, 2020

We are so grateful for the comments and feed-back we received from the completed surveys so far. The results have been insightful, and have given us many ideas for improving our eMarketing and communications with you – There is still time for you to be heard! If you have not already, please take a few…

Brilliant Helps Businesses through the Pandemic

June 3, 2020

During COVID, we are finding ways to help our customers stay in operation. Auction Houses and Galleries had to remain closed. So, to keep catalogues moving and art in front of buyers, we began picking up and transporting original art. We got the insurances, the vehicle, and the help we need to shoot the work…