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Designed by schoener Printed by letterjazz Printing on the same material Sina Gentsch uses on her day-to-day projects adds a tactile connection to these business cards that are impossible to not play around with.
Designed by HandhandHand Printed by YSD I wish I had more information on how this project was produced, the day-to-day steps in getting it accomplished.
Designed by O Street Printed by J Thomson Colour Printers Using colored paper with white ink, and white paper with metallic ink, this set of materials provide attendees with conversation starters and several items to take home for continued use.
Designed by Alejandra Amenabar Printed by Salesianos Impresores This informational brochure, printed in bold colors, uses duotones and bold typography to share the various bits that prospective students need to know about the faculty.
Designed by Param Jain Printed by Kolor Kode Dyslexia: A Mind of Gold is a thoughtful and highly visual thesis project geared towards parents of kids dealing with dyslexia.
Designed by Southpaw Creative Printed by Small Fires Press This wedding invitation is letterpressed and bound into a neat little booklet perfect for those out-of-town guests that want to keep it all in their back pocket.
Designed by Studio Nugno Printed by flyeralarm A simple icon full of meaning stands proudly on each of the stationery items developed for Via Padova, an area in Milan that needed to come together under a unifying message.
Designed by Rigsby Hull Printed by Workhorse Printmakers Wetmore Printing A challenging letterpress cover, and a consistent color interior make this small run book a crafter's pride in the technical minutia that separate it from others like it.
Designed by Blackhand Design Printed by Anugrah Offset Printing A smear of make up? or an artistic expression?
Designed by Season of Victory Printed by A lively explosion of color and pattern that might, just might, mimic the flavor expression of each chocolate bar.
Designed by Bark Design Printed by The Fox Company (Printer) From the die-cut on the slip box that creates movement when you take out the book, to the exposed binding, the varnish details, and the smaller parts, this promotional is sure to keep you busy for a while.
Designed by Kevin Harald Campean DekoRatio Branding & Design Studio Printed by From the lapel, to the dove, to the feather, to the selection of papers and printing techniques, these identity materials are luscious to a fault.
Designed by Tom Froese Printed by Everlovin’ Press I almost want to use these greeting cards for decorating instead of shipping them out in the post, but then nobody would have the pleasure of ripping open an envelope and finding a perfect bit of letterpress in it--and that would be a shame.
Designed by Wattle & Daub Printed by SteadyCo Go ahead and lose yourself in the intricate details of this illustration that showcases many topics.
Designed by Studio Nugno Printed by flyeralarm The use of monochromatic colored paper, from light to dark, creates great contrast across the various parts of this stationery.
Designed by Communal Creative Printed by Design Packaging, Inc. Simple at first glance, but not so simple to manufacture, this package is one that plays with your sense of touch, needs your hands for interaction, and shares details with your eyes via discreet varnishes.
Designed by Studio Nugno: Design by Oonagh Young, Design HQ and Design Assistant Eleonora Bigi & Luca Amoriello Photography by Paddy Cahill Printed by The designers were carefully aware of the powerful images being placed within the pages of this book and allowed them to be the center of attention--keeping the design elements to a minimum and letting the uncoated stock do its magic.
Designed by Transformer Printed by CFS (Client Focused Solutions) Illustration, photography, and typography all come together to showcase a rich history and a solid present for a company that has many moving parts.
Designed by One Plus One Design Printed by We Do Printing A simple illustration-based calendar showcasing the important dates for the full year doubles as a work of art with information, illustration, decor, and conversation piece all in one.
Designed by Senyor Estudi Printed by Self printed If you have ever been on press you know it can be an exhilarating experience, one that can drag on for days.