Giraff came up with an unassuming leave-behind card that leaves potential clients in no doubt as to what Giraff is all about.
Bloomingdale’s found a unique way to keep its stores top-of-mind by designing an intriguing jigsaw puzzle and packaging.
Check out this eye-catching box packed with eight fun greeting cards (and envelopes) covering a wide range of situations.
Designed by Wian Branding and printed by Hemlock Printers, this invitation is a suite of four cards tucked inside an attractive folder.
The invitation itself delivers the limitations-into-creativity quote with white engraving ink that pops nicely against the red paper.
Montreal studio Design is Yummy decided to play to the scrumptiousness suggested by its name in a wholly unexpected way.
This program, like its founder’s own vision for the country he helped to usher into being, is greater than the sum of its parts.
Ellen Bruss Design used its recent branding and packaging work for client Branch & Barrel as the basis for a truly memorable gift.
Faced with promoting Lugano, Switzerland, Caselli Strategic Design emphasized how different it is from the rest of the country.
One of print’s most vital roles in today’s digital world is as a physical reminder of the events that shape our lives.
Sometimes it seems there is no end to super-creative wine and spirit labels, such as the thermochromic label for Griffiths Brothers.
For its 2018 annual client gift, EBD used its branding and packaging work for client Branch & Barrel as the basis for a memorable gift.
With great elegance, The Christmas Bee Book manages to entrance while offering a very personal solution to an impending crisis.
Jennifer Morla of Morla Design transformed the staid packaging of K+M’s confections into a thing of beauty.
The “Borderline” deck of cards is a labor of love lovingly crafted inside and out by San Diego’s Traina Design.