REACTOR created a fantastic package of goodies delivered to clients at a most unusual time of year.
If you had to distill the essence of your company into artwork that could fit on a dollar bill, what paper, techniques would you use?
I thought I had seen just about everything that can be done to add a third-dimension to print. That is until I came face to face with
Sabine Lenz reviews clever fragrance bottle packaging designed for boys and girls by Lavernia & Cienfuegos for Zara Kids.
For the Luminocity Gala, Ellen Bruss Design (EBD) created a VIP invitation that referenced the work of New York artist Ryan McGinley.
Just when you think you know New York City, a print comes along to play up the glimmer of a city already famous for its radiance.
In this “Best of Summer” series, PaperSpecsGallery.com takes a look back at some of its most popular videos from the past year.
Developed to celebrate Latitude’s work with World Bicycle Relief the postcard offers a masterclass in subtle design cues.
“The Wild” is a 3-D paper pop-up object that reveals a story as you play with it. Every manipulation reveals another part of the story.
Ashley Stone demonstrates that emojis possess the ability to make us think through important issues as we work to decipher them.
Thinking few expressions of friendship or love were ever as truly intimate as someone putting in the hours to create a mixtape for you.
Hats off to Durham Brand & Co. for its packaging and labeling for Braxton Brewing Co.’s Cherry Kettle-Soured Ale.
Whenever someone laments that there’s nothing new to get excited about in printing these days, I simply hand them a tissue…
This festive piece stuns with beautiful gold foil, and comes packed with enough caffeine to ensure that EBD’s clients will be awake.
Of all the challenges you face as a designer, there’s probably none greater than that of branding yourself.