I’m looking forward to a fun, quarantine-free year of travel. My secret? This clever, multi-dimensional calendar.
American Crew’s legacy is documented in a design with compelling photography and texture that only comes from uncoated paper.
Mitchell Press challenged Nancy Wu Design to craft a promotional piece that would demonstrate just how effective digital printing is.
In a world falling over itself to text, stream, and email you just about everything, I was intrigued by this large case.
“The Lobstermen of Little Cranberry Island” brings the titular Maine community to life by emphasizing color and texture.
Canadian chocolate bar Chez Christophe wanted to capture the spirit of their native Switzerland in its packaging.
To bring their clients down to earth, Pureprint Group created a packaging sales kit that’s sensible, yet full of surprises.
Of all the benefits that print offers in our digital world, one of the most often overlooked is “freedom.”
Dwelling Boxes help us greet the New Year by giving thanks for the positive aspects of last year, while disposing of the negatives.
This elegant portfolio of food imagery secret ingredient? Scrumptious Japanese stab binding!
The “Wild Things” gift wrap set that Hemlock Printers came up with for 2019 uses embossing, playful art, and handy gift tags.
Packaging firm MW Luxury’s “The Christmas Bee Book” manages to entrance while offering a very personal solution to an impending crisis.
Highresolution developed a smart invitation that impresses the moment you ease it out of the digitally printed envelope it arrives in.
This invitation was crafted using the latest in revolutionary print technology: digital printing and foiling!
Denomination’s label for Wildspirit’s Bloody Merry reflects the wild experimentation process that led to this gin’s creation.