A "Speeding Into The Future" theme showcased digital transport products of varying speeds. Promotional pieces included a "Passport" to be stamped for each of the different products, a stopwatch, and a toy airplane featuring the products offered.
Using artwork reminiscent of an earlier era, these magazine ads captured the history and romance of "an evening that was planned 60 years ago." To view the ads, click here.
To convey the truly luxurious destination that awaited qualifiers of the annual President's Club event, this invitation was delivered to the recipients in an elegant carrier filled with silk rose petals.
For this western-themed party, the invitation featured a paper "bandana" wrapped around the actual event information.
This inexpensive, yet interesting die-cut invitation, featuring the Canadian maple leaf, got attendees revved up about an event held in Montréal.
This vibrant piece enticed customers to get out of the hot California Desert for an evening of cool refreshments during a National Sales Event. To view the invitation, click here.
These posters were designed to attract candidates from non-traditional career backgrounds. Extremely large type for the first and last words in the headline targeted the specific demographic audiences.
Created as an icebreaker for social events, the "matchbooks" feature tear-out paper strips that resemble matches. Each strip contains a hidden question designed to start conversation.
In 2005, when creator Lynn Fleck put a designer spin on an old idea, it spawned a multi-million dollar industry segment. Since then, personalized stamps have become a household item.
This elaborate invitation and promotional campaign for an annual Corporate Event included binoculars, custom packaging, custom ribbon, and other themed specialty items.
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