“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.
“Mister F” is an accordion-folded book that features illustrations and quotes from Mary Shelley’s famous novel, “Frankenstein.”
These fun ‘n funky maps seem perfect for our ultra-casual age when you wouldn’t look twice at the person wearing pajamas in Starbucks.
Ringling College of Art and Design creates a fun package.
This packaging for La Mer lotion is definitely a contagious design.
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.