I've recently begun working with a fabulous new album company and I couldn't be more proud of the final product. I had total control of the layout and the quality, customer service and turnaround time are fantastic. The thick pages do not tear or bend; they are actual fine art prints, not just ink on paper, so they won't fade over time. Six deliciously rich leather covers to choose from, giving the album a clean, classic design. My favorite size is the 8x8 square and the mini 4x4 replicas are a fabulous gift idea for Mom and Dad! Hello, Class.
Introducing LGP 2011 packaging!
I just received these fabulous dvd's and dvd cases from Kraft & Jute - a sweet little company run by Jessica and Melissa in Pennsylvania that specializes in custom, creative, eco-friendly packaging solutions. Love, love, love them! I was in contact with Jessica who was so helpful; the only time she didn't respond right away, I got an email saying they were taking the day off to spend with their little ones - love it. They do everything from invites to print sleeves, each product completely customizable and their turn around time is great. Thanks so much, Jessica & Melissa! Kraft & Jute is also offering a WPPI discount for a short time!
I ran into this next company at the WPPI trade show; their booth was buzzing with people! Pexagon Tech offers a popular alternative to the good ol' dvd providing customized flash drives and portable hard drives in countless designs (the two below are my favorites). I picked up a few for the editorial shoots I've been working on this year and am so glad I did! In addition to your logo, you can customize the drive with your clients' names. I've already presented one client with their personalized flash drive and they swooned over it!
And for the finishing touch, my sweet friend Claire gave me this fantastic stamp for my birthday, having no idea I was revamping my 2011 packaging! The little Sneak got my logo and had it turned into a beautiful wooden/rubber stamp! It was all I could do to keep from stamping the entire apartment. Thanks, Claire!