Envelope-style pointed iron cross format features three nesting pieces that hold a foil-stamped invitation to “Invitation Only.”
Trish shares a brilliant format that was used in a successful mail campaign, but the creative and the client are a mystery.
The piece supports a capital campaign for San Francisco State University and creates an interesting opening experience.
You’ll love this clever production feat produced by Suttle-Straus for client Epic Specialty Benefits.
This week’s featured format packs a punch with dimension, interaction, and machinability all-in-one!
The addition of angled geometric shapes add interest and engagement to this simple accordion brochure from CIM Marketing Partners.
Designed and produced by the team at Suttle-Straus, this fun format offers lots of impact and production efficiency.
This Wrapped Stepped Double Parallel brochure serves as the highlight of a successful targeted mail package for Antrim Streamside.
This week, we’re loving an oversized T-Cross folded self-mailer from Volvo.
Designed as a self-promotional drip campaign by Theory House, this unexpected format serves as a memorable carrier for 5 mailings.
Designed by Wildfire and produced by Graphic Visual Solutions, we think you’ll love this fun twist on a classic folded format!
Connexion Printing Consultants designed and produced this piece. You’ll be surprised at how attainable this specialty format can be.
This week brings a twist on the wallet mailer, with swing-out pop-up hundred dollar bills, and a convenient spot for business cards!
Designed by MOJO and impeccably produced by GLS/NEXT Precision Marketing, this clever carrier format is a can’t-miss-it solution!
This week’s solution looks like a folded brochure, and feels like a booklet with a luxurious center gate spread.