For your marketing inspiration, here are 10 recent campaigns for your own marketing inspiration that are particularly inventive, creative and somewhat stealthy and scandalous in appeal.
This blogpost celebrates the steampunk trend in all its many design facets from elegant vintage style business cards to bizarre poster collages and encourages you to use these incredible designs as inspiration for your own print designs.
When viewing these prints, let us never forget to keep a stiff upper lip and sing our steampunk praises to Queen and country!
If you have a dealership, bakery, hardware store, or you need a banner for a big family barbecue or fireworks event, use one of these vector (AI) files as your 4th of July banner templates and create something appropriately patriotic.
Whether you’re an event planner, a club owner, or a poster designer, put your own copy and logos on a free 11″x17″ poster template and make your gala, bash, shin-dig, rave, hoe-down, or even how d’ya do, an event to remember!
Time to get the drums and vuvuzelas out because it’s World Cup soccer time! To celebrate, were offering you these free 2014 world flyer templates to help make your own postcard, poster, or flyer for tournament promotion.
Available in both EPS (Illustrator) and PSD (Photoshop), this selection of 3 free envelope designs are perfect for restaurants, bakeries, financial services, or simply for your own promotional purposes.
Posters, mailers, and booklets are the holy-trinity of promotional print products for event marketers. They are each essential pieces in a successful event marketing campaign. You will need these products when promoting events such as concerts, club nights, and movie premieres. The most effective campaigns incorporate all three of these products in one united campaign.
There is a sophistication in the storytelling and the production of these commercials that seems very different from the ads we were seeing just a year ago. Viewers have been treated to some really funny, touching, and memorable ads that mirror the cinematic quality of today’s TV.