Cool Carousel Tuck-and-Mail Invitation - 60-Second Fold of the Week
Get ready to be "Wow-ed" by this week's innovative mail solution from GLS / NEXT Precision Marketing in Brooklyn Park, Minn. This invitation was designed to create buzz and draw an audience for an event they were hosting - and they were very successful in doing so.
Using three different substrates, digital print, variable data and a fun, dimensional format that locks together for mail, this creative invitation does it all! You will not want to miss this week's super-cool direct marketing solution.
How was the Cool Carousel Tuck-and-Mail Invitation produced?
Folding Style: Carousel format
Design and Production: GLS / NEXT Precision Marketing, Brooklyn Park, Minn.
Paper: Neenah Classic Crest Digital 100-lb. Cover Desert Storm, GPA Midnight Black Digital 100-lb. Cover, GPA Mirri Foil Board 14 pt
Size: Folded 6.25" x 4" - interior pieces are 12" x 10" flat
Printing: Digitally printed several-up on a sheet on an HP Indigo 12000 digital press with variable data.
Finishing: One common die for interior pieces. Diecut and score, assemble, hand tape, fold, velcro dot and shrink wrap to mail. Qty: 1742
Budget Rating: Moderate - High
Trish Witkowski shares her super-cool folding samples and helpful production tips. View the “60-second Super-cool Fold of the Week” archive at www.foldfactory.com.
Trish Witkowski is Chief Folding Fanatic at the online community foldfactory.com. She holds a bachelor of fine arts degree in graphic design and a master of science degree in Graphic Arts Publishing from Rochester Institute of Technology's School of Printing Management and Sciences (now the School of Print Media).
An award-winning designer, Trish held the position of creative director for a Baltimore-based agency for six years, and has taught design and desktop publishing at the college level. She has a specialized expertise in the area of folding and is the creator of the FOLDRite™ system, a 2004 GATF InterTech™ Technology Award winner.
Trish frequently publishes articles for graphic arts industry publications, and has written three books on the topic of folding: A Field Guide to Folding, Folding for the Graphic Arts: A Teacher's Handbook, and FOLD: The Professional's Guide to Folding.