Print design has been the heart of our business for nearly a quarter century. From advertising to catalogs and direct mail, we provide complete development services – design, copy writing, illustration and photography.
With nearly 100 profiles to showcase, Nickell needed a brochure that brought a sense of order while highlighting the unique styles of its diverse product line, not to mention highly accurate color reproduction.
Eurocraft trading desks incorporate many features specific to their market segment. The clean, simple brochure allowed those features to shine through.
When Advent was called on to produce this piece there was one minor problem; no prototypes to photograph. The solution: a little 3-D modeling and rendering magic that not only produced the product photos needed, but enabled several "cut away" images to better highlight hidden features.
The history of the American Chestnut and its eventual return from near extinction are impressive. These trade-journal ads, kindly sponsored by Banks Hardwoods, Inc., speak volumes about TACF's mission while helping to educate industry readers.
Nickell Moulding's series of ebony mouldings called for a monotone feel to reinforce the versatile, neutral line.
Accurate and clean images of these highly reflective hand-made fragrance lamps required a sophisticated studio set-up and editing process. To further highlight the lamps, matte paper was used in combination with a gloss ink, making the images nearly leap from the page.
Crown International needed an out-of-the-box approach for this out-of-the-ordinary amplifier. The unique comic book like piece engaged readers in a story line that highlighted some of the CE Series best features.
An ad that says boring and predictable without being boring and predictable – thanks to dramatic photography and a good feel for the publication and the reader.
This postcard for Nickell required the promotion of large number of mouldings with precious little real estate. A tightly patterned order keeps the audience from being overwhelmed while the deep rich background is sure to garner the desired attention.
Far beyond the brochure itself, Advent actually had a hand in designing the amplifier, including the unique curved front panel, which allowed for a more balanced distribution of heavy components within.
These fractional page black and white ads prove that while color never hurts, limited budgets can still be effective when good design is employed.
Faith Mission's Hearts of Hope capital campaign wanted to highlight the need for new facilities and address some of the myths associated with the Mission and those they help.