Posted by Olivia dela Rosa on November 10, 2014
Here are 30 creative examples of brochure designs that will surely inspire you.
If your product or service falls under the print or design category, your visual branding both in digital and in print matters. A lot.
In a digital age where Web presence is the king, your printed materials are probably the underdogs. What most designers don't realize is that while content catches people's attention, it's the printed output that converts them into clients or customers. It's the finished product of a designer's creative process. And as much impact it can make on someone, a design won't count if it goes straight to the trash.
If you've hit a brick wall and can't find further inspiration with your design, here are 30 creative examples of brochures that might help you do the task. We curated a great selection of modern brochures that nailed it in terms of visual storytelling and perfectly captured brand values, what with their creative use of illustrations, typography and photography.
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Brochure design by manualcreative
Snowbordets history by Olesya Kurulyuk
Amazing Brochure design by IKEA
Opera Australia by Interbrand Sydney
Art Berlin Contemporary exhibition flyer by Studio Hausherr
Good Design Manifesto by Minji Cha
Goliath Sportswear by Studio Beige
Mivart Studios by Mytton Williams
Architectural Model Festival brochure concept by Lili Köves
GF Smith Digital Painting
Beija Flor by Osh Grassi
Silo Theatre by Alt Group
Motel photographic studio by She Was Only
Esquire Manual For A Stylish Life by Nick Millington
Torikorttelit by Kokoro & Moi
Adult Swim Comic Con brochure by Joseph Veazey
Community of Leaders by Hyperakt
Piano Annual Programme by Sara Westermann
Home by KentLyons
CC Koksijde by Skinn Branding Agency
Fruita Blanch by Atipus
Pomme Chan by Made by Six
LA | Music Fest III by Dolores Oliver
Nottingham Trent University Art & Design Department prospectus by Un.titled
Lake Shore by John Owens
Amazing Brochure Design for Google
Tipografia San Martino by Kalimera
Writing the Berlin Way by Weiss Heiten
There are a lot of designs that you can take inspiration from and you can take note of the design elements used on each design that you can reinvent as your own. What really matters is that you as a designer understand the message that you are trying to convey with each color, shape and letter that you strategically place on your printed design. Just remember, if in doubt, make use of white space.
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