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.
Creativity is never effortless; some people just make it look that way. How else to explain Sabai Sabai Design’s latest calendar?
The heavy stock is courtesy of the aforementioned black Sumo paper on the front duplex laminated to a sheet of Sumo white for the back.
Peak Color’s holiday card by Brilliant Graphics reminds current and potential clients that their company makes magic all year round.
LRXD wanted to pass on its health and happiness values to clients by passing on some good to the world.
The latest edition of the Field Notes 3-packs chose to honor America’s early manned space missions with an out of this world result.
MW Luxury reminded their clients that not everyone has a home during the winter with their 2017 client gift “A Box is Not a Home.”
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These two pieces are not just a wonderful match between stylish sophistication and digital printing’s unique short-run abilities.
The look Spazio Di Paolo created for the Con Vista Chianti feels like we’ve reached a whole new level of label creativity.