When Flexjet wanted to create a fashion show invitation, Highresolution printed a piece made for those who appreciate the finer things.
This oil turns out to be the perfect blank canvas for some truly exceptional packaging design.
With names like Easy Rider, Sweetleaf’s coffee’s packaging had to reflect its uniqueness.
When K’ul Chocolate opened its doors, its goal was to reinvent the way people saw chocolate – as a source of energy for active people.
Washington, D.C.-based Estuary restaurant menu design features a delicate intermingling of foil, textures, and illustration.
Dive into the rich details of this clever creation to fuel-up on inspiration for your own sweet designs!
Explore the details behind this creative debossed greeting card and get inspired to design your own.
The Slopes + Lifts game began as a gift crafted by the employees of Ellen Bruss Design (EBD) and given by Ellen herself.
Created by Commonweather Packaging Co., the Ella Paradis Advent Box is filled with 12 different products and can keep costs down.
The journal featured full-page illustrations made up of many smaller ones that Mitchell Press has used for other projects.
The menu and business cards feature a combination of gold, black, and white foil to bring out the dancing bear and floral patterns.
Created with pre-printed, interlocking sheets, the designed features holes to thread cords through to cinch the carton bag shut.
This Mercedes-Benz stadium book is 412 pages long, nearly 20lbs., and is both foiled stamped and smyth-sewn for lay-flat reading.
The notebook features a shattered glass and geometric design, and showcases an image of a dog and a man.
This advent calendar features an embossed and foil stamped greeting and 24 tiny boxes in Bauhaus style and enhanced with cold foil.