The choice isn’t always digital OR letterpress printing; sometimes you can breathe new life into your design by opting for both.
It’s not often you come across a self-promotional piece that makes you contemplate the world, its people and the role of alcohol.
One surefire way to get clients excited about print? Ply them with whiskey and show off paper promotions from yesteryear.
The IDEO Snapshots package that Volume came up with infuses the traditional brochure with a dramatic sense of “unboxing.”
Tiny Feather offers a tissue packaging concept that gently infuses some welcome whimsy into the whole nose maintenance routine.
The book “Seu Azul” by Brazilian Designer Gustavo Piqueira, offers a tactile experience with sand clinging to your fingers.
Singer/songwriter Beatie Wolfe completely redefines two things we kinda thought we already knew: music dissemination and paper. That’s because in addition to CD and digital download, her new album, “Montagu Square,” has been released as a deck of NFC paper cards, each of which plays one of her songs when tapped by an NFC-enabled smartphone.
Simple arithmetic suggests that if the “devil is in the details,” you’re in for quite a lot of details from these business cards.
Centuries-old English brewer Thwaites turned to WPA Pinfold to create an appropriate packaging for their Crafty Dan line.
Occasionally a book can act as a window on another culture, its people and its history. “Brazilian Clichés” offers an exotic treat.
The design of White Nuckle Sports’ business card is a perfect blend of modern design and historic baseball vernacular.
When you’re trying to rustle up the dollarydoos necessary for a zoo’s housing and research of a family of sea lions, it helps immensely if you can bring their personalities to life in your fund-raiser invitation. With clever diecuts and a dash of gold foil, Australia’s Another Colour did this wonderfully in their "Make a Splash" piece for that country’s Taronga Zoo.
Casa Rex created a very stunning, substantial and memorable piece that offers us a window into one artist’s unique vision.
When DataGraphic moved to larger digs, it teamed with designers from o Banquinho to create a direct mail piece to help spread the word.
When a business card flirts with your fingertips long after you’ve stopped looking at it, you know you’re onto a winner.