This year marks the 55th anniversary of the Denver St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Some say that the parade, held Saturday the 11th in downtown Denver, is the largest non-sports-related gathering of Colorado residents every year in one place. If you head down to to the event this weekend, make sure to pick-up a copy of the official parade magazine, which was designed this year by Denver Print Company’s own designer, Corinne Idler.
Corinne did a fantastic job on the project, making us doubly proud to be playing a part in this Denver institution. Click […]
In the spirit of the season, a few Denver Print Company graphic designers sat down to discuss and critique some designs from past presidential campaigns. Just as with any design project, the quality of the graphic design will not make or break a presidential campaign, but it can certainly either help or hurt. Good design projects confidence, while bad design can make a candidate look unprepared and unprofessional.
Design tastes and standards have changed over the years, of course. What was top notch in 1960, might look ridiculous today. Just as interesting as the design choices here, is the evolution […]
Sometimes we have the opportunity to work on unique projects that are different from our normal printing and graphic design workflow. Pop Culture Classroom recently asked us to build a Denver Comic Con prize wheel. Our Graphic Design Supervisor, Eric Schlelein, took on the project and did a bang-up job. Here’s how he did it […]
A guest post by Australian print entrepreneur Earl Jonathan Tech
Print advertising is undoubtedly one of the most traditional types of advertising. With the innovative creations of a few brand ad experts, however, print advertising has begun an evolution. Will history view these innovative ads as the saviors of a dying industry or as the final desperate breaths? It is hard to say at this point, but it is undeniable that some ads are revealing a new potential for the medium.
Let’s take a look at a few of the print ads that are changing the way we see […]