What would a United Nations of Graphic Design look like? I think it might look a little something like the letterpress calendar.
The right binding option helped put a winning face on the 2016 Best Dutch Book Designs catalog. Actually, 33 different faces.
Beierarbeit demonstrates marketing materials and packaging that artfully harmonize cool design with the perfect paper.
How do you know when you’ve designed the perfect packaging? When recipients don’t want to open it because it’s simply too gorgeous.
The artisanal liquor Hidden Curiosities gin label is classy and sober on the front, with a wild, wonderful party happening around back.
This beer’s label and neck band crafted by Watermark Design oozes Middle Ages allure thanks to an interesting finishing choice.
Bacardi’s “Real Music Speaker” rum packaging features a recycled rigid board substructure wrapped in 100 lb. white art paper.
Boss Print produced Tiger-Lily Smith’s book, “A Tall Story,” with a bevy of clever folds that elevate the book to impressive heights.
If you spent any time in American libraries growing up you probably remember posters urging you to open a book to “explore new worlds.”
Sure we all love parties, but ask yourself this: How would you express a party’s spontaneity and energy visually?
“Dish” is not only a great collection of recipes, but an impressive example of the quality that can be achieved with digital printing.
Determined not to be lost in the green-and-red slush pile, Petre Spassov of PS Design crafted this fun and interactive gift box.
GPA’s in-house designer Alanna Crisci dreamt up a men’s clothing store and these branded pieces for it.
“From darkness into light” is the philosophy behind Ellie Cashman’s hauntingly beautiful floral wallpapers, cushions, fabrics and more.
This invitation for the Houston Grand Opera’s 2016 Opera Ball fundraiser is a masterpiece of folding, scoring and laser diecutting.