It’s finally Halloween time – the day when kids won’t get grounded for eating five pounds of chocolate, and adults can wear their most bizarre or questionable outfits without anyone blinking an eye (most of the time)! Here’s some graphic design eye candy to get into the scary holiday spirit.
Archive | October, 2012
October 24, 2012
We’re celebrating more new products as banners and banner stands roll off the production line and into your offices, event locations, tradeshow booths, and stores. These are already making quite an impression on our customers as they get ready for holiday sales, events and promotions
October 18, 2012
We are continuing our major product drive with yard signs, window clings, and canvas prints. These products are specifically chosen to create eye-catching art and advertising for your homes and businesses.
October 16, 2012
In just over a week, the two leagues will face off in the 2012 Major League Baseball World Series games Wednesday, Oct. 24. The NL has the home-field advantage this season, but in this blog post, we’ll be taking a look at seasons past with vintage programs that commemorate some of MLB’s most historic games.
NextDayFlyers Introduces Full-Color Custom Envelopes for Invitations, Business Mailers, and Marketing Promotions
October 12, 2012
NextDayFlyers has been rolling out some pretty sweet new print products for our customers over the last few months. One of the most popular of these products has been our new custom envelopes that have enabled customers to put their full-color designs, photographs, and logos on a big stack of different envelope sizes, ready for company and personal promotion.
October 9, 2012
Three more fantastic products to aid you with your marketing and self-promotional efforts. Read the following overview of our poster and banner products to help maximize your marketing efforts and display your artwork in new and spectacular ways:
October 2, 2012
Whether you’re just starting out as a designer or you’ve been around the design block a few times, there is so much to learn and such design wonders to discover between the pages of the following design magazines. Here is a list of our personal favorites. They represent an eclectic design mix of different styles, media, and skill levels.