Before you design your next brochure or folder, take a look at these 9 creative brochure folding styles! There are many different types of printing folds available for designers to consider—each one offering a unique canvas for your creative ideas.
Greg Abbott is a UK based illustrator and designer. Greg’s creative mind and work has garnered him a cult following in the apparel and print industries. His work has been stocked in various retail stores including Hot Topic, Urban Outfitters and Land of Nod; and featured on Fab and Zulily.
This print is available at www.prinnnt.com as part of their launch series.
Pilar Villasegura and Federico Paladino are the founders of Sta. Rosa Editora, an independent publishing house based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. After meeting and realising they shared the same passion for publishing and zines, Pilar and Federico founded this project which has quickly become a reference for discovering emerging Argentinian photographers.
You’ve probably heard various acronyms related to the use of color in design, but do you really know what they all mean? Read on to cut through the confusion and learn more about the difference between RGB vs CMYK vs PMS colors, as well as how to convert between them in Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
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Whether or not you have a business, you have your own personal brand. This is a universally-accepted truth, something that is repeatedly taught in business courses worldwide. No wonder. Branding consists of your style, your personality and the way you want to impress other people. This branding should reflect the character and persona that you are commoditizing and marketing intentionally to other people. In this article, we will discuss how you can create and manage your personal brand through social media and presence on the web.
TADA is a new brand of handcrafted letterpress notebooks created by a couple of dreamers that still believe in the joy of little things in life.
We like to describe TADA as notebooks with a personality. They are not anonymous notebooks made by unknown people in unknown places, from unspecified materials & techniques. They are notebooks made by people for people, to communicate passion and inspire smiles trough each blank page. There are just two people behind TADA, you can see their faces and touch their hands if you like. We’re Elisa & Fabio, happy to make notebooks that take care of your ideas, projects & notes.
Everything, from the design to the production, is done by the two of us, under the roof of our small, but well formed studio Apple&Pear, in London. We select high quality recycled paper, vegetable based inks & linen threads as the main ingredients of our notebooks, as well as uncompromising attention to details and authentic enthusiasm for what we do.
TADA is the result of our love for letterpress & paper, notebook addiction and passion for all things handcrafted. Our intent is to create an appropriate support for the most precious things in life – ideas, projects, travels &, why not, notes – to be cultivated. Not just every place, but a place unique and with an attitude. Each TADA is one of a kind piece, with its carefully designed details and beautifully crafted imperfections, as a celebration of individuality and human care.
Designed & made entirely by hand (elisa & fabio’s) and produced in small bunches at our studio in London, England. Yep – we design, print, bind, trim, and press all by ourselves. All the magic happens in one small, but cosy room. Human care is definitely something you can feel when you’re holding a TADA in your hands.
Inner pages: high quality recycled, uncoated paper with 50% pre-consumer fibres and 50% FSC certified and controlled cellulose. Two selections for the covers: cotton & recycled fibres paper, with FSC certification; or recycled uncoated paper, with FSC certification. All by Fedrigoni.
All the covers are hand printed in Letterpress using vegetable based inks. The back cover has a special message debossed printed in blind impression using just the strength of our arms; it’s different for each bunch of notebooks, a special tiny surprise waiting to be discovered.
All the notebooks are sewn by hand. We stitch them using simple tools: a awl, a needle and double linen thread. This makes our notebook stronger, longer-lasting and beautiful in every single detail. Other unique details include the rounded corners and the handy pocket glued with care on the inside of the back cover.