This week’s spotlight is on a “format” not a folding style — because that’s how we do things at Foldfactory.
This week's selection features a quick and clever solution for an event invitation. Designed by The George Washington University and produced by ColorCraft (a Corporate Press Co.), we think this idea could inspire lots of other applications.
Can a folded mailer have a … baby brother? There’s a pint-sized surprise in this week’s episode.
Trish did some digging and found a gem of a sample that was produced for the organization Life in Abundance International.
This sleeve mailer uses strategic diecuts to reveal letters and create words. Trish will tear it apart and show you how it works.
A T-Cross format and simple circular diecut that builds from panel to panel, creates a focal point and sense of depth.
This week’s solution offers a fresh twist on a Fold of the Week favorite — the Iron Cross Fold.
Check out this exciting 360-degree brochure designed by Digitas for Sprint’s Mobile Learning program.
This week's spotlight is on a super-fun personalized mailer designed and produced by GLS / NEXT Precision Marketing for client HP Inc. This bold and unusual Triple V-Format Pop-Up offers a lot of impact and a sculptural presentation.
This invite takes the form of a three-panel accordion, however there’s an inverted short fold coming up from the bottom with a diecut.
This week’s selection is an interactive and eye-catching double pop-up mailer called the “Center Pop.”
Watch Trish solve a production mystery on this week’s episode as a found mail sample brings surprises and innovations.
This week’s super-cool fold is a fun follow-up to a format featured nearly four years ago on Fold of the Week.
The week’s piece was designed to show off Cavanaugh Press’s capabilities through a clever, oversized format and bold, colorful design.
This week's spotlight falls on a clever sample from BirthdayPak of Springfield, Pennsylvania. This marriage mailer format has a unique way of presenting the eight gift cards featured in the promotion. The format begins as a classic closed gate, but when it is opened, there are eight gift cards revealed on the interior spread from eight different companies. The format begins as a classic closed gate, but when it is opened, there are eight gift cards revealed on the interior spread from eight different companies.