This self-mailer is fun to open with a tear-off top and a swiveling interior section that opens like a jackknife.
This week, the spotlight shines on a smart and stylish reconfiguration of a Fold of the Week classic — the Corner Folder.
Produced by Image X, this invitation package is seriously stylish — from the diecut and stir stick closure to the tall folded insert.
We're celebrating a milestone of 350 episodes the only way we know how — with an amazing fold, of course! This week's super-cool spotlight shines on an incredibly creative snake fold variation that takes the shape of a triangle to start, and turns into a hexagon when opened.
Here's another fun solution from Mossberg & Co. for the University of Notre Dame. It's a clever Iron Cross format with a zip-strip closure that mails as a 0.5˝-thick package. A great idea for marketing materials, recruitment and even holiday cards, we think you'll love this week's super-cool solution!
We don’t see a lot of innovation in roll folds these days, which makes this clever Stepped Roll Fold really stand out.
This week’s selection is definitely NOT your average newsletter.
A rare variation of the exciting twist fold specialty category, this pinwheel-shaped invitation offers tremendous wow-factor and style.
When this fresh format came in from our friends at Hederman Brothers in Ridgeland, Miss., we were truly wowed and excited to share.
This week’s super-cool selection is both fun and mail-friendly. As part of an award winning awareness campaign from Fixation Marketing.
This week’s example proves that you can do great things when the campaign requires a high quantity and low per piece pricing.
This week, we're bringing you a super-fun idea that can be spun into many different creative concepts. This brochure for Bell Canada was designed to highlight the benefits of the company's Bell Fibe TV service. It chose a four-panel accordion fold that uses a series of diecuts that are centered and stacked at the top of the brochure.
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.