Hot Off the Press: Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Reiki House and More

The dog days of summer have arrived, and with that, design malaise may have set in. It can be challenging to get inspired to sit at a computer and work when the sun is beaming outside and your brain is melting. That’s where “Hot Off the Press” comes in – this column is here to get your creative juices flowing. This week is a bumper crop of gorgeous postcards, funny stickers and more – something for everyone, whether you need new marketing inspiration or want to try a different design angle. If you want a worthy time-waster, definitely check out last week’s “Hot Off the Press,” and if your recent printing project deserves to be showcased among these designs, please let us know in the Comments!

Postcard art by Sylvia Ji and design by Eric Black for Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social

Sticker for Craig Chee’s ukulele website and CD

Postcard for Dayne Bonta’s photography show at Fort Wayne Museum of Art

Sticker for Stitch Fix

Postcard for 8 Count Audio

Sticker for Holt and Lulu

Postcard for Spell-It-Out Photos

Sticker for The Shadowboxers

Business card for Reiki House

Poster for Lincoln County Fair and Rodeo

Business card design by InkeDesign for Magic Bus

Sticker design by Jenn Sprinkle

Greeting card design by Liz Battaglia for We Treat Feet Podiatry

Sticker for Coolidge City Council 2012

Wedding thank-you postcard

Sticker for Daddies Board Shop

Postcard design by Candie Bolton for So-Cal Speed Shop

About the Author:

Jennifer Moline writes for the PsPrint Blog as well as maintains its Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus and Pinterest presence. She also guest blogs for such notable graphic design blogs as Fuel Your Creativity and Inspiredology. She’s previously written about technology and small business for news websites, magazines and newspapers. In her off-hours, Jennifer can be found roughing it in the mountains or tucked away in a movie theater.

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  • Brian Morris

    I love the ukulele “g-string” quip! The Fort Wayne Museum of Art ad is cool, too.