For 13 years Clampitt Paper has honored the sacred bond between designers and the grape with its “Wine Label Competition.”
The challenge for Ellen Bruss in creating 250 invitations was expressing the attitude of the event while honoring the featured artist.
The Eight O Five apartment building in Chicago bills itself as being “not just a box” but “architecture with a soul.”
It’s not often you can say a product is incomplete without its packaging. But feast your eyes on this Nishikigoi saké.
For those unfamiliar with Frogbox, it “is a reliable alternative to traditional moving boxes.”
The packaging for Wrenz portable speakers marry impeccable environmental credentials with a diecut to keep everything firmly in place.
Lisa Sanders wanted a simple yet sophisticated self-promotion that would explain what public relations was.
StudioNorth’s World Relief 70th Anniversary Book juxtaposes sobering photography and a handmade feel with a colorful binding.
DataGraphic teamed up with pearl retailer Mikimoto to create an invitation that would capture the look and feel of high-end jewelry.
Eleven19 alerted the masses to its 11th anniversary bash with an invitation that evokes comic books and football simultaneously.
For Christmas 2015, Cult Partners created a package of “Pear eau de Vie” that was both textural and luxurious.
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.”