Check out what Pauline Capote accomplished with a home inkjet printer, some paper and a sharp designer’s eye.
To promote the 2018 Camry, Toyota and their agency Saatchi & Saatchi, pulled the humble automobile ad into the third dimension.
This look book more than lives up to its title: “ICE” with translucent overlays and silver ink.
This 3D Albert Einstein was created using a Highcon Euclid III laser-cutter, and about 500 sheets of paper glued in place on one end.
Fascinated by the idea of a lost, secret wine, Scotto Cellars created “The Lost Chapters” wines.
This week, Sabine Lenz introduces the Mitchell Digital Perpetual Typographic Calendar.
Digital printing is making a difference. This design agency used digital printing to make a charitable difference.
Students have to stand out from the crowd to be accepted by the school of their choice, and this intriguing brochure does so literally.
This week’s PaperSpecs video showcases a piece that relies on great precision to create its attention-grabbing effect.
Viola Design wanted to create a luxurious package that feels elegant, yet keeps production costs as low as possible.
These business card holders from Impress Communications are sure to make print-lovers swoon.
The stationery for The Pool is as elegant yet as understated as the decor of the Park Avenue dining destination it represents.
This box appear both snazzy and like something you might find lurking in an old curio shop somewhere.
Each one of these 1,250 packages from GLS/Next Precision Marketing is based on one of five unique, colorful designs.
This truly evocative portfolio for Maui Jim sunglasses sells you on everything your eye sees.