December 11, 2014 | Justin Sims
This featured format was graciously sent to us from the Clampitt Paper Creative Center. It’s a sample that Trish fell in love with on a visit to Dallas, and it’s a beautiful example of a “composite” format. Whereas hybrid formats involve combining different folding characteristics into one format, composite formats involve gluing together individual pieces to create the final format.
This sample from Diners Club International marries a gate fold with a roll fold, mixing textures and print effects for an engaging and sensory experience.
Trish Witkowski shares her super-cool folding samples and helpful production tips. View the “60-second Super-cool Fold of the Week” archive at www.foldfactory.com
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