Top 5 Printed Products Of The Week (12.31.12 – 1.4.13)

This post was published and formated for an old version of the blog.

When we get the chance, we like to dig in and pull samples that we think are creative, well designed, unique and just plain awesome. But we’re not selfish, so we post our favorites on the Jakprints Tumblr everyday for you to see.

We’ll post all five products from the week into one blog post so you can see what you missed, what you like and what may inspire your next project.

Monday December 31, 2012 & Tuesday January 1, 2013

Did you really think we’d be posting on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day? We we’re having too much enjoying the time off and bringing in the new year, we hope you had a blast too. Happy New Year!!


Wednesday January 2, 2013

Even if you’re only on day #1 of your New Years diet, there’s no way you’ll be able to resist free guacamole! We scooped up these business cards that Paladar Latin Kitchen and Rum Bar created to reward their customers when they sign up for their monthly emails. Great design, photography and marketing!


Thursday January 3, 2013

‘Tis the Sneezin’  and germs are icky! We love this holiday self-promo piece from art director/illustrator Paul J. Bartlett and creative director/writer Charles Nevsimal of Centennial Press. Each perforated folding holiday card contains three “fetching seasonal flu masks” featuring St. Sickolas, Fludolph and Coughy the Snowman. For more creative PJB Art, go here. (WARNING: Perfectly useless against SARS.)


Friday January 4, 2013

Comedian, Mike Polk Jr. and book publishers Gray and Company created these postcards to go along with his new hilarious book “Damn right I’m from Cleveland!” Mike and his purebred Scottish Fold cat Macduff were enjoying a brisk walk when the Cleveland paparazzi snapped this photo. Want one? Get an autographed copy of this postcard when you purchase his new book here. (According to their website, “Estimated Value: none whatsoever.”)


Which one is your favorite? Tell us in the comments!





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