From Immij, for their client, Taronga Zoo Sydney, this brilliant format is everything a fundraising mail campaign aspires to be.
The spotlight shines on a sleeve mailer that fits into a standard envelope, and features a clever reveal when the insert is removed.
For this “book”, large sections of accordion-folded pages are tipped together to showcase the work of the Emerging Art Writers Program.
This glueless pocket format technique is eye-catching, fun, and great for environmentally-conscious clients, too.
Created by Slate Group and designed by Felisha Weaver, the mailer congratulates students on their university acceptance.
This waterfall saddle-stitched booklet mailer from Audi is an example of an engaging mail solution for any marketing campaign.
This week, we’re sharing two variations of a simple glued coupon mailer produced by Bolger in Minneapolis for client Tommy Hilfiger.
Developed by On Line Bindery, this wine bottle-shaped accordion brochure is foil stamped and diecut using a Pro Cut system.
Designed for and created by the mother/daughter team at Good Postage and produced by Boingo Graphics, this mailer/shipper combo looks l
Here’s another simple idea to help you as you re-think your marketing and mail programs in the coming weeks.
We wanted to bring you something light, and simple, and smart to keep in mind for your next marketing project.
Get ready for a treat, and a wonderful distraction from the uncertainty in the world today.
In the “cool modifications” category, this week we’re highlighting a creative approach to a classic — the Iron Cross fold.
This week, we’re sharing an exciting concept—and proving the point that subtle adjustments can take you way outside the norm.
Experimenting with perimeter shape can net huge impact — especially on simple formats like the Tri-Fold.