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The Waterworks @ Chestnut Hill
The Waterworks @ Chestnut Hill  

Working with Krimski Design, our goal was to produce a custom envelope to compliment and neatly house two oversized catalogs for an upscale real estate development.

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TriPyramid
TriPyramid  

TriPyramid and Dan Beard Design were developing a marketing collateral package to include product catalogs, data sheets, custom tabs and a binder system that faithfully reproduced the imagery of their beautiful stainless steel products. In addition, the integrity of the TriPyramid's corporate logo color needed to be consistently reproduced throughout each piece while printing with multiple vendors with different pressroom configurations.

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Edwards & Company
Edwards & Company  

An award winning academic marketing company needed help to print high end marketing collateral for their prestigious client base nationwide. Working with a team of design professionals, the scope of each project was to produce collateral with compelling print and finishing techniques to stand out in the crowded marketplace of college and university publications.

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Boston University
Boston University  

BU was seeking a strong partner to help manage and produce a diverse range of project work for the School of Management. The print partner would coordinate multiple projects with demanding timelines to support the marketing efforts for the school.

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Solid Works
Solid Works  

Solid Works and their graphic designer, Lindesign, needed to create a unique binder system to showcase their marketing case studies. The design called for a slim and sleek oblong profile that would stand out more than a typical 3-ring square back binder. The binder system had to compliment the page design of the case studies and accommodate future updates.

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CBT Architects
CBT Architects  

Award-winning architecture firm was in the process of redesigning their business communication program. The new identity program would target all business collateral used company wide and had to reflect the professional and visionary image of the Boston-based firm.

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