Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Week 40 - Digital Media Packaging


(Week 40)

 digital media packaging 

A piece of fine corrugated board was used to construct this box with one base colour and one spot colour printed. A foam insert was then inserted including a number of different variation; the picture shows one of the variations of a USB stick and microchip. Despite the fact that corrugated boxes are often seen as boring, this small and cost effective box was an elegant solution for the client and has gained a lot of interest since it has been shown on our website.

Our newly launched USB presentation book is a great creative solution to presenting your digital media. Used mainly by wedding photographers, software companies and individuals wanting a keepsake for their event. It enhances the presentation of your USB whilst being an extremely cost effective alternative to a custom bespoke box made to a bespoke size. The outer whit e matt laminated paper can be finished with a variety of processes including foil blocking, making for a great personalised product. It comes with a laser cut piece of foam ensuring that the USB is kept firmly in place. 


A bespoke box with board insert and sleeve, 380 micron board was printed, die-cut and creased to create a stylish branded USB presentation pack at a relatively quick turnaround time.

A stock or bespoke tin is ideal for sending out data to your clients, looking slick and professional in the process. Available with a bespoke foam insert or vacuum formed tray (dependant on quantities) it can certainly meet you or your client's requirements. The tins themselves are also fully customisable with screen printing and embossing available, it can certainly look personal as well. (please enquire with us dependant on quantities and logo detail)


Disclaimer: Some images hosted on this blog have been collected from external research associates to be presented as stimulus to those seeking news from the cutting edge of packaging. The imagery is not being presented as our own and copyright still belongs to the owner/creator of said work.

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