When Amazon wanted to entice Mexico’s children into using Alexa, the creative team they approached turned to an older technology.
Members of Chen Design Associates – representing first-, second- and third-generation Asian Americans among them – sought to express through these eye-catching letterpress pieces that they are both fully American and fully Asian, however different their personal backgrounds and experiences, in response to a heartbreaking rise in violent attacks against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
The right type, when applied with thought and purpose, can change the way people look at the world.
William Milnazik created this stunning promo. It came at the topic from a wholly unexpected angle – a 45 degree angle to be exact.
A business card that fails to somehow convey an artist’s work is a real missed opportunity. Not in this case.
A recipe for the perfect print cocktail: start with a clear vision, add some art, stir in interactivity, and garnish with creativity.
Designed by Yuko Uchikawa to accompany an exhibition of Gwen Norton’s photographs from Bolivia’s high desert region, this book was digi
Metropolitan Fine Printers created this direct mail piece that expresses: “Nothing is more powerful than paper, ink and an idea.”
In a playful effort to put 2020 to bed, branding agency Push created a gift to provide their clients some much-needed comfort.
There’s no instruction manual for graphic designers. Well, there IS a manual, and it’s “brutally honest” and beautifully made.
When Mod Op wanted to convey their abilities in a format that “felt premium,” they turned to the look that only print can provide.
A mixture of organic shapes and textures is captured beautifully in this elegant brochure.
With its sleek black look, sculptured embossing, and diecuts reveal what appears to be colorful circuitry inside.
The packaging that Pavement Design came up with for luxury cannabis brand Zoma employs a unique blend of embossing, foil, and more.
When the Ford Models agency asked a print shop to create a high-end catalog two weeks before NYFW, they turned it around in four days!