This week we’re sharing a clever format for a folded business card that also shows promise scaled-up as a full-sized brochure!
No detail was overlooked in this invitation to a Hall of Fame ceremony in New York City during The Presidents Cup.
This week, we’re showcasing a stitched brochure from Matrix with a spiral-curly surprise inside — and a cool folding trick.
This week, we feature one of the most exciting format modifications we’ve ever seen on the show.
This week’s super-cool spotlight shines on a fun promotional piece from French Paper Co. It offers a solution you won’t forget!
This week’s masterpiece is a fresh twist on a sleeve mailer from Miami City Ballet.
This week is a mailer designed to promote year-round activities at a resort. We think you’ll love this week’s super-cool solution.
This week’s solution is a brilliant mix of the key characteristics of the open gate fold, and the always-fun swinger fold technique.
This week’s featured format is a brilliant pocket folder and hybrid brochure design by the in-house design team at John Deere.
This week is a mailer from Pacific Lutheran University with a desirable combination of engaging design and production efficiency.
This week on Fold of the Week, the selection takes a serious subject for a medical convention and makes it interesting and interactive.
The production behind this week’s dimensional invitation are truly brilliant. It was designed by the in-house agency at USPS.
This week’s 60-Second Super Cool Fold of the Week highlights a circular-shaped Mercedes brochure printed by C.J. Graphics.
In this week’s episode, three sheets of diecut paper are layered to reveal colors underneath with a 10-panel accordion insert inside.
This week’s solution offers tremendous style with a simple lock-and-pull foldout mechanism. Produced by Chicago’s Classic Color.