It’s amazing what can happen when you change the scale of a format, and our friends at Allied sent us a fabulous example.
Designed and produced entirely in-house by Graphic Visual Solutions, this week’s selection has some serious “Wow-factor.”
We think you’ll like this clever pop-up, and Trish will tear it apart and show you how it was done.
This week’s selection is a clever format from Print It in Vancouver. We think you’ll like this small-but-mighty brochure idea!
This marketing brochure for Hoffman Institute Canada utilizes a wonderful little tweak to the Stepped Accordion fold — micro-steps!
OK, we know the holiday season is over and everyone is officially DONE with holiday cards (and candy canes).
A tri-fold wrap cover with a short trim stylishly presents a bright and friendly waterfall stitched booklet on the inside.
We thought this New Year’s Eve event invitation for Firekeepers Casino Hotel would be a creative inspiration.
This week we bring to you an Asymmetrical Accordion gift card holder from our friends at Sappi Fine Paper.
This example shows that anything is possible with digital printing, smart production and a creative concept!
This piece was produced by Wallace Carlson Printing to show off its UV printing capabilities and amazing ink holdout on uncoated paper.
This week, we're highlighting how a creative, high-tech solution can be applied to an everyday classic — the tri-fold. By using an HP Indigo digital press, plus hyper-variability and personalization technology, the invitations actually became wearable!
This week’s solution is an amazing feat of design and print production from McGuffin Creative Group and Classic Color in Chicago.
We think you’ll love this little tweak to a classic eight-page broadside format.
This week's solution is both simple and fun. A luau-themed event invitation for Spradling International Marine, this clever idea utilizes a classic tri-fold format and modifies the perimeter shape into a theme-appropriate object (we're not telling you what it is — haha!).