This clever sliding interactive mailer from our friends at Information Packaging in Toronto is both engaging and production efficient!
From our friends at Pageworks in Grand Rapids, Mich., this week’s featured format comes in a pair – a set of brochures.
We decided to kick off our 2018 season with something fabulous from The Museum of Modern Art!
Well, the holidays are here, and we’ve been getting some really cool holiday cards at the Foldfactory PO Box.
This creative invitation from GLS/NEXT Precision Marketing does it all! You will not want to miss this week’s super-cool solution.
Produced by Identity Print in the UK for G.F Smith’s Colorplan line of papers, this brochure is the embodiment of style and simplicity.
This week’s tongue-twister of a format is so smart and simple, you’ll wish you had thought of it already.
Pagliuco Design Company designed this Hexagonal Iron Cross invitation with a stylish carrier that really makes a statement.
Don’t you just love a low-budget idea? We do. This week’s super-cool spotlight shines on a simple solution for an everyday favorite.
Sometimes even the simplest of folding styles can showcase the most exciting and creative solutions.
This brilliant magazine cover gives the lucky recipient a fun and creative way to interact with the publication.
What fun is a stitched booklet without folding? This week, we’ll answer that question with a brilliant design idea from Darren Weirich.
From Rolland Enterprises, this self-promotional piece modifies a traditional 4-panel roll fold by adding a surprise accordion section.
This week's selection offers a great way to enhance a classic invitation format - the Petal Fold. Our friends at Boutwell, Owens & Co. in Fitchburg, Mass., designed and produced this invitation to promote an event they were hosting at their El Paso facility.
Pop-and-Slide Racing Invitation: This week, we’re sharing a fun racing-themed pop-up invitation – and we’re dissecting it for you, too!