This self-promotional piece zips open and unfolds to reveal an insert and information about their marketing and print services.
We’ve got a “Low Budget Wonder” for you this week with a personalized Sidebar Tri-Fold brochure from Walker360 in Montgomery, Ala.
We’ve shown several variations of this format in previous episodes over the years — but this design from Neenah is a must-see!
This creative design by Rocket was produced to announce a merger and rebrand of two Canadian printing companies.
Designed and produced by Slate Group, this creative idea is an excellent way to enhance and personalize a basic brochure format.
This week’s spotlight shines on a stylish and bold call for entries for the AIGA Minnesota Design Show.
Here’s a smart and simple idea to keep in mind for everyday projects—asymmetry!
Graphic Visual Solutions of Greensboro, N.C., produced almost 100,000 of these. Don’t miss this creative and dimensional mail format!
This clever annual report brochure looks like a silver laptop, and when opened to the interior it reveals a 16-page stitched booklet.
Here’s a simple way to jazz-up a classic Tri-Fold brochure with a creative “Barn Door” die-cutting technique.
Designed by PLAY Creative and printed by Docuplex for client Credit Union of America, this piece looks like an oversized penny.
This week, we’re sharing a brilliant format that starts out flat, and transforms into a reversible, petal-top gift box.
You’re going to love this simple modification that adds tremendous versatility to a classic format.
Trish shares three folded self-mailers and a catalog with a tipped-in Closed Gate brochure as a featured promotion.
This hybrid self-mailing format is a particularly relevant idea for marketing during the holidays!