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.
Austria’s Hotel Daniel Graz set a new standard with the installation of German designer Werner Aisslinger’s LoftCube on their roof.
When it came time to develop custom packaging for Worker B's Hexagonal Pillar Candle, they turned to letterpress design studio Angel Bomb Design to instill the same principles into their candle packaging. The end result is a stunning homage to the wax-making process. “When we started developing the packaging, we decided to focus on the bee’s process of collecting wax,” says Angel Bomb Design Art Director Todd Thyberg.
MET Fine Printers partnered with SCHOOL + JACKSON to design this stunning limited release organic olive oil package.
This piece from William Roam is classy yet playful, thanks to the use of several printing and finishing techniques.
This week, PaperSpecsGallery features packaging for Reorient’s Rose & Root tonic.
A mummy, a clergyman, and a pilot remind us once again of the power and versatility of the paper business card in this digital age.
This week, PaperSpecsGallery.com looks at this clever brand identity for Oregon’s Paventy & Brown Orthodontics.
This week we call attention to an identity system created for Currents Identity, a Plymouth, Minnesota-based apartment community.
Finefolk was looking for a way to extend the brand beyond the store. Design Ranch created an invitation for a spring fashion show.
Tailored to guests at The Line Hotel in LA’s Koreatown, Here magazine gives insight into the neighborhood around it.