Client: Home Product Description: Take-One Brochure Holder. Black Sentra board was die cut to hold .010 rigid vinyl. The rigid vinyl was flood coated with silver ink then two color silk screen printed. The rigid was hot melt glued to Sentra using hidden cross beams, then four rubber feet were attached to the base to keep it from sliding. All assembly was done by hand.
Case History: Our client was looking for a unique point of purchase stand that would hold 4-1/2" x 4-1/2" take-one sheets. The stand had to be unusual in design, but functional at the same time. The clients designer originally constructed a product that would have fallen apart in transit, so Ad Industries redesigned the product to be self supportive, and the product was a big success.
Project: Doughboy Meal Planner Case History: Our distributor had been working on this project for upwards of six months. Pillsbury wanted a planner that could fit into a coat pocket. The binder was to hold index tabs, recipes and vinyl pages that could hold store provided coupons. There was to be pockets inside the front and back panels, and a pen loop.
Ad Industries recommended against such a small size binder and convinced the distributor that a clip would serve better, along with the pockets to hold the many coupons that this planner would contain.
The end user was very receptive to these changes and a prototype was constructed and approved.
Client: Cypress Club Case History: Our client was looking for a very high end wine list holder to tie in with the decor of their restaurant.
Product Description: We decided to quarter bind the spine with a copper looking material that would tie in this material and use our luxurious (Milano) cover material for wearability, and a totally great feel. Knew the spine had to ware forever, so we selected Majilite for strength and appeal.
Client: Maui and Sons Case History: The end user was looking for a product that he could package his literature and wire bound booklets into.
Product Description: To enhance his product and not just make it look like any box, he decided to have us screen print multiple colors on a charcoal linen material. To go one step further, we debossed an area to receive a Tiki God on the front cover. There is no other box like this one and that is exactly what the client was looking for.
Client: Paraform Case History: Our customer was informed by his client that they were very concerned with image.
Their box, (custom package) had to be high-tech in look. We decided to combine an offset printed sheet to cover the bottom portion of the box and use a heat sealed
corrugated top to enhance the product. Combining these two construction methods and making the lid into a special die cut, achieved the high-tech look the end user was after.
To further increase the attractiveness of this case, we debossed to register the lower graphics on the printed sheet.
The rich feel of the deboss, the custom die cut of the top and the clear corrugated plastic top, made this a real award winner..
Client: Disney Product Description: Vinyl binder using suede like material with fringe. The product was RF stamped (debossed) with colored foil and multi color screening for added color.
Case History: Disney was introducing the Pocahontas video to wholesale distributors and they wanted the packaging to reflect the Native American theme of the video. Fringe
die cut from Tan Saba vinyl offered the connection between the film and the Native American theme they were looking for. RF stamping made the title striking yet appealing. The leaves blowing amidst pixie dust carried the theme from the main song in the video - Colors of the Wind.
Client: Disney Product Description: Case made binders and slipcase.
Case History: Disney needed a way to collect and store information that would be readily available at a moments notice. Storage would be at the front desk of the Disney Store so it was critical that the case and binders be attractive, reflect the decor of the store and yet still be durable. Laminated materials are durable and easy to keep clean, and the slipcase keeps all information together. Fun graphics were used to represent Disney culture.