Awesome Shapes – Print Projects with Unusual Design

Di-cut Marketing Piece

Di-cut Marketing Piece

By Winn Apple   |   Published January, 2013
Unconventionally shaped wire-o catalogs and cleverly folded mailers are designed to turn heads. It can be a costly affair to produce complicated print projects, but if done right, you’ll reap the rewards.The mailer featured above is a very tricky shape for multiple reasons. It’s a tricky cut job for one, but assembly requires alot of manual work. A nicely printed and cut job can all be lost with sloppy folding and sealing. It’s such a clever design – one that received loads of attention.

The wire-o book featured here is a fantastic example of unusual designs that pay off. The SF Museum and Historical Society produced the printed pieces for a fund raising event. No doubt it was one heck of a shin dig. The finished product presented beautifully and brought home the Gold for Bacchus Press  in the Visual Media Alliance Showcase of Excellence.

Di-Cut Wire-O Book

Award Winning Printing

If you are planning on designing a with di-cutting involved, make sure you pick the right printer. Most likely the cuts won’t be done in-house but rather sent to a di-cutting company. But you’ll want a professional managing the job properly from beginning to end.
The above examples were all beautifully printed here at PrintingGreen / Bacchus Press. We have over 33 years of experience delivering Award Winning Printing. If you have a print job in the works but need some guidance, don’t hesitate to drop us a line or submit a quote request for your more complex printing.

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About the Author

In addition to crafting content and blogs, Winn Apple writes short stories and novellas for middle-grade readers. You can find her short stories along with a portfolio on her site, MysticJunkyard.com or on her soon to release website, snugbuggle.com – the best darn place to find short stories for kids.

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