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.
The product was developed to foster a tactile connection between the public and orcas, with a soft-touch laminate and added dorsal fin.
Designed by Misha Zadeh and Turnstyle, the “Wild Things” gift wrap set from Hemlock Printers features creatures, mushrooms, and ferns.
The screen print technology used on the bottle creates a dramatic effect that would be difficult to do with a traditional paper label.
The book, featured at Australia’s Modern Times Gallery last July, showcases reproductions of artists’ teapot sketches and photographs.
Sabai Sabai Design and THE PPL, the calendar displays a nautical voyage, featuring sailing vessels, octopi, and ocean swells.
The steampunk inspired card is a pop-up reproduction of an old Heidelberg press with an exposed brick background.
The wizards at Structural Graphics waved their magic wands to create a 2016 holiday card that will make you feel like a kid again.
The letterpress book, designed by Brenda McManus and Ned Drew, features personal type, woodblocks, and line-engraved images.
This print is an example that the more tactile the experience, the more an audience becomes connected to the brand they encounter.
The invitation from Suttle-Straus mimicked an improv comedy stage, featured neon inks, and provided an interactive experience.
This piece is made of real posh cashmere fabric from House of Endi, duplex laminated to flurry cotton paper from Boxcar Press.
When Pace opened its new galley featuring Calder’s work, they sent out a creative invitation that would’ve done the artist proud.