The book of history may be focused on men, but its pages were set by phenomenal women. Women who rewrote the revolution, and made their mark.
Even before the invention of print, women inked the way – in the 11th century, the Japanese noblewoman Murasaki Shikibu wrote The Tale of Genjii, the world’s first novel.
They refined the craft: printmakers like Marie Anne Papillon, Angelica Kauffman, and Anne Allen revolutionized etching and ink in the 18th century.
They represented the pinnacle of society – Queen Victoria herself loved putting ink to paper to make her own prints.
And at Blooming Color today, bold women continue to innovate the field.
We’re turning a too often male-dominated industry on its head. In the modern age of printing, we need people whose backgrounds are as diverse as their skills.
Who master data, databases, workflow, and work ethic.
Who match technology with tenacity.
Who ink the impossible.
These are the bold women of Blooming Color, who know no barriers.
Will you ink the impossible, too?