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.
This calendar reminds you month by month of all the environmentally damaging materials lurking in your home and office.
Arup’s 2019 annual report looks, at first, like an old hardcover tome. Only when it is opened is something truly unexpected revealed.
This portfolio so elegantly captures the hypnotic rippling waters of the San Francisco Bay.
When you want to lure people to an event, the pressure’s on to make your invitation stand out from the rest of the day’s mail.
This brochure emphasizes the little details that set this real estate apart through the use of powerful finishing details.
“Paper Dolls” uses strategically placed diecuts, embossing, foil, and extended gamut stochastic printing to illustrate a poem.
Manhatta is a restaurant 60 floors above Manhattan. Mucca developed postcards, coasters, and a menu with a theme: “Meet us in the sky.”
I made a new friend the other day – the moment I saw him. A robot made of paper and hot foil, named Robox and produced by Boss Print.
After getting this evocative portfolio for Maui Jim sunglasses in your hands, you’d swear you can feel those cool Hawaiian breezes.
Highresolution’s David Drucker came up with a high-end gift card holder idea like none other for AMC’s Sundance swag.