Interaction is a really powerful strategy for mail, and this week's selection is a great example. From Information Packaging in Toronto, for client Woodruff Sweitzer, this mailer starts with a snap-off end that, when removed, releases a sliding sleeve that moves images and reveals new messages.
MBO has partnered with the Johannes Gutenberg School to give students a hands-on opportunity to explore the latest in finishing.
Digicut is a laser cutter from POLAR that can cut, perforate, crease and engrave in one pass—without the need for a tool change.
By adding a G3 Zünd digital cutter at its new Customer Experience Center, Gilman Brothers and Zünd have formed a new relationship.
This week's featured format is a versatile design with a smart little detail that we think you're going to like. It's a promotional mailer for Belk, and it's a composite format that merges a four-page shell with a tipped-in three-panel accordion fold. The trick, however, is in the diecut little coupon that acts as a little handle to pull the accordion out.
Taking place June 3-4, Duplo USA’s Digital Finishing Expo is coming to Houston.
We have to salute the team at Studio Hinrichs who designed the following Calitho promotion to create an impact with size, color and presentation. Standing out at a stately 35x23, the commemorative rendition of the U.S. flag makes a bold, graphic statement.
Royle Printing, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin is expanding its printing operations with a $6 million investment in new equipment.
This week's selection is truly original. It's an admissions piece for the University of Toronto Scarborough, designed by their in-house marketing team. The piece is meant to convert admitted students to enrolled students, and we think they're making a compelling statement!