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!
Today we look at a highly targeted and personalized short-run invitation for a VIP event at the PRINT 17 show in Chicago.
This week’s spotlight is on a smart format idea from Delta Airlines for their SkyMiles American Express card.
It’s a big day at Foldfactory – its 400th episode! Trish chose a fun and frugal wallet mailer from Think Patented to mark the occasion.
We’re having some fun for episode 399! This twisty box comes from our friends at Lahlouh in Burlingame, Calif.
Designed as an invitation for a special event, this surprisingly gorgeous self-mailing invitation is loaded up with texture, shimmer.
From our friends at SunDance, this corporate ID package features a simple production trick on the cover that provides depth, dimension.
Coming to us all the way from Jerusalem, this week’s super-cool spotlight shines on a simple idea for a dimensional business card.