When a beautiful Danish model is in tears breaking up with her Boyfriend via text… We always give her a box of tissues

Whether it’s wiping away the wrong make-up, padding out a little needed cleavage, or keeping the camera eyepiece dry, no fashion shoot ever has enough tissue. Douglas Voisin, a Miami, USA-based fashion-advertising photographer and film director, reports from on set. Many people may not know that the way each fashion shoot begins, beit in a motorhome on...

The long and the short of it… A case of moral fibre

Alexandra Stuthridge lives in Vancouver, Canada, and is the technical business manager of the BioProducts Institute (BPI), a globally-leading research cluster at the University of British Columbia (UBC). BPI is focused on advanced bio-based materials, chemicals and energy. I have vivid and fond memories of the tissue paper manufactured in New Zealand,...

Toilet Twinning initiative brings new appreciation to luxuries like toilet roll

Lesley Quirk is a specialist relationship manager for a charity initiative called Toilet Twinning. She liaises with corporates who support its campaign to provide clean water, proper toilets and hygiene training in some of the poorest communities worldwide. She invites people to ‘twin’ their toilet with a latrine overseas – and so sponsor a new toilet...

“ Give me quality over price any day … I think people get too caught up in the race to the bottom and price being a driver, if that was always the case no one would ever buy an iPhone… the lack of innovation has made tissue too focused on price and I want to disrupt that.”

Julie Chen and Chris Forbes are the founders of The Cheeky Panda, the multi-award winning UK based and global supplying sustainable bamboo tissue manufacturer. Here, Chris discusses their own retail  references that convinced them to launch the business. TWM/1: How did the idea for The Cheeky Pandas come about? “The Cheeky Panda was an idea in 2015 by my...

Lights, camera, clean-up…

How the paper towel helps in wiping down cameras to patting down the shine on the foreheads of talent on set Johnny Domingo lives in Miami, Florida, and is the chief executive of Blue Bunny Productions, a creative media company with backgrounds in broadcast, independent film and fashion photography. Specialising in corporate broadcast video and photography,...

It could only be 5-star tissue at this idyllic treehouse by the lake

One-stop bulk bought tissue is transported by boat – The Hangover – across Lake Harrison in British Columbia to her thriving home and business. Coleen Brown shares a glimpse of her beautiful lifestyle. We live on the edge of Lake Harrison in British Columbia, Canada, directly adjacent to the lakeshore. Our home is there, as well as the Tree House, a...

For this creative cook the kitchen roll smooths away any spillage disasters

Charlie is a Bristol, UK-based food blogger and content editor who also runs a pop up pudding (dessert) club. When she isn’t eating or writing she can be found in the pub enjoying a beer or two. See her blog at: https://bedsitbonnevivante.com/ As a keen homecook I am usually not that far away from some sort of spillage disaster. Each spill has its own...

Our top priority is quality – one high-quality product does the job of two or three economical products

Cenk Guner lives in Istanbul and works as a country manager for Industrial Process Products sales and business development in Turkey and Europe. He tells TWM about his tissue choices for cooking, his pets, seeing before buying, and the importance of a brand’s environmental mentality. TWM/1: What tissue products do you use in your house? “We use kitchen...

The Whole World Toilet Paper Museum

From the Kremlin to the McMurdo Station in The Antarctic and with celebrity signatures including Madonna and Woody Allen, Boston, Massachusetts couple Rich and Flo Newman have amassed a tissue treasure trove. We started collecting toilet paper in 1978 as a fun alternative to our other collecting habits. We ended up being completely surprised by the...

Building a tissue empire from the Adelaide Mill… England

Angela Dawson is a writer and poet who has featured on community radio and at various venues around Melbourne, Australia, since 2000. Originally from Manchester, England, this year saw the release of her first book, Like Two Mexicans Dancing, a nonfiction tale about falling in love with a fair-haired busker… 15,000km from home. A truly Australian romance,...

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