Hot Off the Press: Om Records, ThirstyBear Brewing and More

Summer is in the air! Just looking at the recent print projects to come through PsPrint lately has me feeling like it’s already July. Whether it’s ThirstyBear’s flyer for its flamenco nights that has me fantasizing about muggy nights in Spain, Cabrillo Stage reminding us that summer theater is coming up or Lucky Hand brewery’s business card making me crave a cold one, these PsPrint customers understand that print marketing’s tangibility creates a connection between the company and the recipient. When a postcard has a striking image, such as Uranium Madhouse’s below, I hold on to it and am reminded to look up the information on my smartphone or later when I’m at a computer. This week’s “Hot Off the Press” is a gallery of eye-catching marketing. For even more inspiration, be sure to check out last week’s edition. If your recent print job deserves recognition, please let me know in the Comments below for possible future inclusion in “Hot Off the Press”!

Front and back of business card for Lucky Hand organic beer

Poster for “Metaphysical Graffiti” show at Famous Four Colors art gallery

Sticker for Mainstream Sellouts

Postcard design by Thomas Sherman for Uranium Madhouse’s “A Man’s a Man”

Club card flyer for Cabrillo Stage summer theater festival

Business card for Om Records

Die-cut flyer for C3 Church Manhattan

Sticker design by Annette Wood Graphics for Volcano Winery

Club card flyer for ThirstyBear Brewing Co.

Front and back of postcard RSVP design by Andrea Arbuckle

Business card for TNT Truck Parts

Postcard for Bosavi

Front and back of square business card for Tony Christ

Postcard design by Stephanie Janning for “Rare” documentary

Sticker design by Daniel Pepice for Chebeague Chebang festival

Sticker for Trouble and Bass

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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