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Designed by US Department of State, Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Public Affairs Printed by Digilink Too avoid making an off-color assessment of the content of this piece, I will simply comment on the powerful punch packed by PMS 877.
Designed by Purple, Rock, Scissors Printed by Hobo Press Don't even look at this post unless you know the password.
Designed by Beth Sicheneder Printed by Angel Bomb Laura McCoy of Onboard Executive Search encourages us to love what we do with these subtly stamped cards by Minneapolis based designer Beth Sicheneder.
Designed by A Civil Fox Consequence of Innovation Printed by Workhorse Printmakers Branding firm Consequence of Innovation encourages clients to embrace change with an interlocking, multi-piece stationery suite that becomes a single, cohesive mailer.
Designed by TheCreativeArms Printed by Peckham Print Studio Resembling both the World Cup trophy and the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, this opulent game wall chart is a celebration no matter who wins.
Designed by Brownstein Group Printed by Prism Color Corporation Philidelphia based Brownstein Group celebrates their golden anniversary with happily married dull and spot UV varnishes.
Designed by UnderConsideration Printed by Body: Newspaper Club UC.Quarterly is back with the second issue of the second year: Q2-2014.
Designed by Stephanie Kuga Printed by CreateSpace A successful experiment in print-on-demand, from an Amazon service no less, this magazine aims to tie your imagination in knots then set it free.
Designed by L'abricot Printed by L'abricot Bilingual children's magazine Grilled Cheese — hand-printed, folded, and stapled in Montreal by L'abricot and friends — presents an ambitious use of two-color Risograph printing and takes advantage of its silkscreen-like overlay effect to craft brown from blue and orange, perfect for a woodburning session in the dark.
Designed by lockstep studio Printed by lockstep studio Designers Dailey Crafton and Cindy Rodriguez celebrate the new year and the formation of their new collaboration—lockstep studio—with a charming lino-cut and rubber stamp combo.
Designed by Konstantinos Kounadis Printed by Fuzz Ink. Silkscreening an enormous raster file is an accomplishment in itself, but what I really love is that I WANT TO STOMP ON THIS POSTER.
Designed by REACTOR Design Studio Printed by A.C. Printing Fun-loving and low-ego SFS Architecture uses laser-cutting, gold foil, and self-deprecating humor to engage attendees of their 40th anniversary celebration.
Designed by Alex Monzo Printed by Small, local printer Depicting home brewery Casa de Alba's canine namesake was a challenge for designer Alex Monzo, but the result makes me lo quiero.
Designed by MAGMA Brand Design Printed by E&B Engelhardt and Bauer Devoted completely to Swiss design, Slanted Magazine's 23rd issue utilizes both sides of a Chromolux paper to juxtapose ephemera from the editors' 2-week Tour de Suisse with interviews and essays.
Designed by Vincent Meertens Printed by Zwaan Printmedia Copper ink (PMS 876U) on tactile paper replicates the natural materials used in STRIETMAN's exceptionally crafted espresso makers in this stationery suite by designer Vincent Meertens.
Designed by Hoyt Haffelder Printed by Jeff Blue University of Texas at Austin challenges new students to graduate in 4 years with this commemorative Challenge Coin, which may mark the first time in history that a University actually gave students some coin instead of encouraging them to spend more of it.
Designed by LOKi design Printed by Kata Soho Montreal-based Loki Design publishes Four Minutes to Midnight—an experimental literary arts zine—as self-promotion.
Designed by James Louis Walker Printed by Advertiser's Printing Acoustic instrumental quartet The 442s collaboration with St.
Designed by Rice Creative Printed by A Dong Khanh Uyen Bordeaux-based tea purveyors La Diplomate's label remains tactfully subtle despite requiring five steps and two printers.
Designed by Version-X Design Printed by Iron Curtain Press Subtle, blind-embossed texture gives NextBrand—a brand expansion group focused on beauty brands—a finishing touch.