Lagniappe (pronounced lan-yap)  is a Cajun-French word that means “a little extra.” It’s usually an unexpected surprise, something for free that a vendor throws in to make a purchase a little more special.

I love the concept of lagniappe and think that every project I work on deserves “a little extra.” Sometimes that “extra” is a special finish, varnish, foil or paper, something that gives a finished piece an element of the unexpected that makes it unique. Other times the “extra” means pushing the envelope with a vendor while producing a project, or giving the project the attention it deserves from start to finish to make it the best it can possibly be.

I love printing, have a good eye for color, and relish the chance to creatively give each printed piece something special to set it apart. The relationships I’ve built with vendors both in and out of the Denver market allow me to find creative production solutions to a multitude of challenges.

Take a look at some of the work I’ve done on the portfolio page and my resume. If you like what you see and want to learn more, let me know. I’d love to talk about how I can bring a little bit of Langiappe to your projects.

Contact Info:

Email: heather.dubin@gmail.com

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