Hot Off the Press: Julie Ann Art, The Brush Guard and More

“Cute” is a term that makes some business marketers cringe, but in the appropriate situation targeted at the right market, cute design totally works. This week’s collection of PsPrint customers includes a number of cute printing jobs.

  • Julie Ann Art took a crude saying and turned it into a whimsical notepad.
  • The Off-Road Vixens business card may include a cartoon woman, but she looks tough!
  • The Brush Guard’s makeup-brush products fight gross “Ickie” germs, and its Ickie Stickie sticker labels make for adorable print marketing.

Below are more examples of cute printing, including comics-inspired and, of course, babies. For more design inspiration, check out last week’s “Hot Off the Press.”

Sticker design by Rocko Luciano for The Brush Guard

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Wedding invitation card design by Jessica Rycheal

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Sheet stickers for Hays High School Class of 2015’s Wounded Warrior Project fundraiser

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Poster design by R.Black for UnderCover Presents

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Notepad by Julie Ann Art

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Poster design by HuB Agency’s Michael Muscarella for Florida Winefest and Auction

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Postcard design by Cummings and Good for 2013 Chester Carnivale

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Business card design by Todd Brashear and logo by Dave Nelke for Dallas Off-Road Bicycle Association

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Booklet cover design by Ben Carlson for Prime Software

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Business card design by Bella Blu Design Shoppe’s Anne Schmidt for Mommy’s Dream Team

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Invitation design by My Trick Pony

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Postcard design by Deborah Kekone for California Association of Licensed Investigators

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Sticker for Boxbee

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Front of business card for Urban Betty Hair Salon

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Brochure cover for Monterey Museum of Art

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Business card for Off-Road Vixens

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