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.
AMC crafted a truly unique work of art, as well as an exquisite packaging experience, with the creative printers at Highresolution.
With their use of layered papers, hidden foils and unexpected interactivity, they are three-dimensional art objects like no other.
“Morla : Design” strikes you as more of an art object than a book, and its oh-so-touch-worthy cover only emphasizes that even more.
European color-napkin manufacturer WEPA sales kit feels more a personal treasure enhanced by the clever use of laser cut reveals.
For unboxing drama, it’s hard to beat the telescoping lid. The only problem? Once it’s removed, the show’s over, right? Not so fast.
Here’s my recipe for the perfect print cocktail: a clear vision, some eye-catching art, and an unexpected burst of interactivity.
This beautifully designed raffle ticket/holder combination encompasses both the worlds of graphic and product design.
When Coach Inc. rebranded itself as Tapestry, everything was designed to reflect the “tapestry” concept.
The vibrant colors of this packaging – beautifully designed by Echo Brand Design – are reminiscent of Sri Lankan art.
When Flexjet wanted to create a fashion show invitation, Highresolution printed a piece made for those who appreciate the finer things.
This oil turns out to be the perfect blank canvas for some truly exceptional packaging design.
With names like Easy Rider, Sweetleaf’s coffee’s packaging had to reflect its uniqueness.
When K’ul Chocolate opened its doors, its goal was to reinvent the way people saw chocolate – as a source of energy for active people.