Hot Off the Press: Oaklandish, Humane Society and More

One of the great things about online printing is the options. PsPrint is a 24/7 company, meaning if inspiration strikes you on a weekend, you can place your printing order at 3 a.m. from the comfort of your home. If you live near one of our three printing plants – Oakland, Calif.; Bethlehem, Pa.; or our newest location: Chicago – you can save on shipping costs and pick up your order in person. That’s why PsPrint takes great pride in catering to our local customers, like Oaklandish, as well as serving the entire country.

It’s easy to take pride in your customers when they produce such interesting and unique designs and products. Just take a look below at the postcards, business cards, stickers, booklets, bookmarks and envelopes that rolled off our presses in recent days – you’re sure to find inspiration in this batch! For more great graphic design, check out last week’s edition of “Hot Off the Press,” and if you’d like to be included in a future post, please let us know in the Comments.

Postcard for Silk Road Flowers by Farha

Business card photo by Gabriel Harber and design by Janice Natchek for Discarded to Divine supporting St. Vincent de Paul SF.

Postcard for Needles and Pens

Sticker for Santa Cruz Hope Church

Postcard for Beth Kientzle Photography

Wild Women Oxygen sticker for wrapping around a shipping gift box

Postcard for Public Library of Science

Booklet for Ah Goo Baby

Sticker design by Product 360 Creative for Karuna Skin

Booklet for Oaklandish

Postcard for Taryn Boals' Hell on Hoof MFA thesis exhibition

Bookmark for National Association of Junior Auxiliaries

Postcard for Twelve Weeks memoir by Karen Lee Sobol

Envelope for Marin Humane Society

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