From our friends at Suttle-Straus in Wisconsin, comes a clever new hybrid format that they created for their 2015 holiday greeting.
Designed and produced by GLS/Next Precision Marketing, for client HP Indigo, this piece utilizes the Nine-Panel Reveal Folder format.
Designer Trevor Sowers created a clever spin on the Tri-Shutter Card format—a dimensional format that uses long, parallel diecuts.
This week's selection is a mail promotion from American Express for its Platinum Selects program. The piece arrives shrink-wrapped with a custom label. Heavy, pearlescent paper with touches of silver foil presents substance and style. We see lots of great uses for this format, including event invitations, ticket delivery or product promotion.
We're kicking off 2016 with an event invitation to remember for an event at Tiny Jewel Box in Washington, D.C. The piece takes the form of a stylish wrap that self mails with a custom seal and custom postage stamp. Nested inside is a letterpress invitation that looks and feels amazing.
The hybrid format combines an iron cross, an open gate fold and a swinger into a gorgeous invitation.
Produced by Print Promotions, this super-stylish brochure for Mercedes House mimics the architecture of the 30-story building.
This week’s solution is a super-smart idea for a dimensional self-mailer. This fundraising mailer is lots of fun to open.
This week, the spotlight is turned on Cedar Graphics in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, for a very clever box format pop-up solution that was completely automated. Watch as Trish takes this surprising, one piece pop-up apart to show how it was done.
This week’s solution is a super-stylish idea for a marketing brochure.
This gorgeous flamingo-themed custom pop-up invitation, designed for a zoo fundraiser, exceeds all expectations.
Sent to us by Gilson Graphics, this invitation to a “Lunch & Learn” series modifies the classic Iron Cross format into a star shape.
This beautifully designed, oversized brochure from Finch Paper opens like a classic closed gate. However, when you open the gate panels, one side reveals a stitched booklet insert, and the other reveals an iron cross integration. The two added panels become a protective holder for an accordion-folded insert.
This week's format is a brilliant marriage of the centered swinger fold and the classic gate fold. Our friends at Oliver Printing have designed a fun and creative hybrid format for their 35th Annual Clambake event. Combined, you get a gate reveal with a swiveling center. In this case, a dinner plate that goes from empty to full. It's a can't-miss episode that is sure to inspire!
This week’s featured format is smart on every level, and it’s a great example of how you can be creative without breaking the bank.