15 Creative Brochure Designs. Written by Jacques van Heerden On Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012 with 4 Comments so far in Graphic Design, Inspiration Brochures are used in a lot of different ways to promote businesses around the world.
With anything from hair salons to mechanics making use of print brochures to spread the word about their services. I have rounded up 15 creative brochure designs for you to garner some inspiration off. These brochures are different from one another yet serve the same purpose in the end. Check them out. Packaging of the World: Creative Package Design Archive and Gallery. Smileinyourface. Trendtrekking. Delicatessen (New York) The brains behind Chelsea’s 24-hour burgerfest Cafeteria ventured downtown for a similar concept on cheap food done up.
Delicatessen serves comfort food to hipsters and tourists, but everyone else gets to watch since the external glass walls of the restaurant are drawn up on nice days (and nights) exposing the entire space to the outside world. There’s something weird about eating inside with outside elements (noise, exhaust fumes, bugs), but there’s also an exciting novelty factor that perhaps will freeze out by winter.
The food is glorified diner food with some interesting, if under-delivered flourishes: Cheeseburger spring rolls are less exciting than they sound, and the deconstructed salads could use a little more on the plate. But the crowds that fill up the space on a daily basis are here for anything but the food. Delicatessen Hotel Tomo (San Francisco) It’s hard to believe that Hotel Tomo is a Best Western property. Hotel Tomo Tcho Chocolate Tcho Andú (Miami) Inspiring your wedding, with love. Just before Christmas I received an email from the team behind Brides The Show, asking if I wanted to get involved as an ‘Official Blogger Ambassador’.
Of course to be associated with one of the UK’s top wedding shows is a complete honour, but Brides is just another level! I love that they pick only the most stylish, dedicated suppliers to exhibit, and partner with incredible brands (Laurent Perrier, anyone?!) To offer their brides something different. Brides The Show is more than just a room filled with (very beautiful) exhibitor stands, but wants you to get involved too, with live demonstrations in the Imagination Room, chats with the experts On the Sofa and a not-to-be-missed catwalk curated by Brides very own Fashion Editor.
Last year’s inaugral show created such a buzz, so needless to say Maxeen and I were excited to see what they had in store this year! Here’s our top picks and fab finds (and thank you Maxeen for the pics!) Read More Read More Enjoy! Read More Read More Morning ladies! Handmade. EnglishHi everyone, here I am finally and officially back to work on the IB blog after the Summer break!
How was yours? Mine is flown in a flash but I’m super happy and thankful for the little holiday I made in Rovinj, Croatia (wonderful place guys!) And for the time I spent together with other special friends. ’nuff said. Let’s start featuring a new creative I discovered and immediately loved for the cute line of illustrated products she developed. Her brand is Ceridwen Hazelchild Design and comes from England. I’m a big fan of illustrated things, I think almost anything can becomes adorable with a beautiful illustration on! Another thing I’m loving more and more about handmade creations are the ones made using fabrics with patterns and illustrations that have been realized by the artist himself. This made them totally unique and original. Did you already know this artist/crafter? To know more about her go to the official website or the blog. Le rende assolutamente originali ed uniche. Inspirations. 40 Juicy JWT Campaigns - From Dissective Advertising to Tattoo Shaving.