During the pandemic, many turned to cooking — something advertising agency Mythology celebrated in this hardcover coffee table book.
Virani Real Estate Advisors produced a lavish book titled, “Reflections,” aimed at slowing readers down in today’s digital world.
Bloomingdale’s Loyallist program presents members with a personalized metal membership card in a gift box that defines pampering.
If you could hold 2022 in the palm of your hand, it might feel like the Cube Calendar with its innovative packaging and design.
How do you tailor brand packaging to several different cities without huge cost? Absolut Vodka turned to the simple paper bag.
Through their lavish use of UV screen printing and screen foiling, Ichikudo Printing Co. created a detailed calendar of party invites.
When luxury lifestyle brand, BassamFellows, held an art exhibit, their brochure complemented their vision thanks to a clever die cut.
This inventive packaging for Eberl Print’s self-promotion soap box is so well-executed, and a celebration of what print does so well.
Germany’s Grafikmagazin graphic arts magazine used their “Information Design” cover to demonstrate how diverse digital printing can be.
The “less is more” philosophy of classic sports cars is celebrated in this gift packaging for Cult Car Colors, a line of nail polishes.
Design studio Kitemath brings culinary experiences to life with hand-crafted menus, using paper textures, die cuts, foils, and more.
This Italian pastry shop changed its brand to promote high quality ingredients and the hand-crafted nature of its unique sweet treat.
When selling a bourbon that pre-dates the Civil War and flowed during Prohibition, you want your packaging to express its rich past.
The Potager Soap Co. emphasizes a less-is-more approach to their organics soaps, as shown in their simple but eye-catching packaging.
Texture, an integral part of fine dining, is celebrated throughout the branding of Boca, Mexico City’s first dessert restaurant.