I like to draw.
I doodle and I like to sketch.
Not that long ago, I felt that my illustrations were plateauing, and as a professional creative guy, that’s not a great feeling.
I have a friend who has been working in the printing industry for decades.
He has been my go-to guy for many years for many a project.
One of the very first lessons I learned from him as a budding designer, was the need for bleed.
Never. Stop. Learning.
Be a student in a classroom, a lecture hall, or even in your office at work.
Choose to learn something new today.
Start with The Packaging School.
Becoming our student can alter the course of your life in ways you haven’t thought about.
The video below gives you 5 REASONS why now is the time to apply, and the infographics (provided for you to download and share) are just a sampling of packaging jobs waiting to be filled.
Goodbye summer . . . hello back to school! The days are getting shorter, the nights longer, and autumn will soon be here. We all want to try something new, learn something, and overall improve ourselves—no matter what season or stage of life we are in. And speaking of back to school, let’s look at three ways The Packaging School can help advance students of all ages.
Sam, a senior graphic design student—from a school The Packaging School is not affiliated with—came to our office recently asking for support on his capstone project. The task was to create a branded package, so he came with a visual design for a paperboard packaging concept that he created on a digital art file
Everyone uses corrugated boxes. You would be hard pressed to exist in today’s society and not have some kind of contact with them. But have you ever thought about how they are made? To make corrugated boxes, you need three main materials: paper, steam, and adhesive. The process begins with paper.