Brochure Designs

Thank you for taking the time to review our brochure designs! You will find thousands of brochure design samples from selected projects we have worked on as well as the feedback our clients gave regarding the final product. This is not a comprehensive list but a small sampling. We have designed hundreds of different brochures for businesses all around the world in multiple markets. Please ask for brochure samples within your industry to see what we can do for your business!

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Our brochure design samples are below. There are hundreds of samples here so you can filter them by industry, brochure type or country. You can also click on any picture to bring up more information about each brochure project.

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Marketing, Design, Photography, Fine Arts / Brochures

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This is merely a small sampling of our hundreds of projects we have worked on. Feel free to request brochure design samples that are specific to your industry.

Use the buttons to browse through each page. To learn more about a project, click on its picture.

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Opera Volunteers International / Flyer Focus Meeting / New York (NY)

Opera Volunteers International
Flyer Focus Meeting

Music Flyer - Professional Design of a Music Flyer

Artistic Spectrum Digital Communications / Trifold / New Jersey (NJ)

Artistic Spectrum Digital Communications
Trifold

Brochure Design - Inspiration, Samples, Examples, Templates, Sizes

Opera Volunteers International / Flyer Conferences And Meetings / New York (NY)

Opera Volunteers International
Flyer Conferences And Meetings

Conference Brochure Designs - Flyer / Ad Design for Conferences / Events

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Professional Brochure Design Services

You will captivate the audience and reinforce the marketing message by using our creative brochures.

Our experience is your advantage! We can either work with your existing design ideas, mock up, photos and text or create your brochure from scratch, including concept, design, copy, photography, illustrations, etc.

We will be pleased to talk about your needs and prepare a proposal for your particular project.


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Brochure Design for Marketing, Design, Photography and Fine Arts

Brochure design for marketing and fine arts is, in itself, a fine art. A marketing designer must strike a balance between the presentation of necessary information and the creative display that illustrates and makes that information memorable.

Designing for the visual arts and marketing

Design, marketing, photography, and fine arts can be considered different disciplines or businesses, but they also are connected by creative artistry.

Marketing companies may use high-saturated and contrasting colors for greater impact. Shape choices can vary, depending on the product or services being depicted. Use of text may be higher, or nearly equal to, use of images and pictures depending on the purpose of the specific brochure.

When creating collateral for the visual arts, brochure designers can draw from the entire color spectrum: rich and saturated colors, soft pastels, and monochromatic hues.

Formats for marketing and fine arts collateral can include varying sizes of bi- and tri-fold brochures as well as custom brochure, flyer, and insert formats.

Marketing products, marketing services

A marketing agency may use various types of collateral when promoting its own company. Larger-format brochures can provide an overview and brief history of the agency. Standard-sized brochures can help promote services within each division of the agency such as sales management consulting, B2B sales outsourcing, and marketing collateral design.

A marketing agency may also use brochures and insert sheets to promote individual services like copywriting, editing, and proofreading, e-marketing, web content development, writing and ghostwriting, or manuscript and book sales management.

The brochure collateral for an agency’s suite of services can be incorporated into client information and press release packages; smaller information packets and individual pieces can be customized for use as mailers to specific client audiences.

Agencies and individual consultants may specialize in marketing services for a particular business or industry. One group may work exclusively with web-based advertising clients. Another specializes in marketing campaigns for the fine arts - artists, galleries, museums, photography studios.

Brochure collateral in these cases may be multi-level with some collateral promoting the overall services offered while other collateral focuses on individual services of the marketing suite. Still other brochures and materials may promote how the agency’s or consultant’s specialized marketing services are uniquely valuable to its target industry.

Brochure design and the visual arts

Brochures for the visual arts may be used by individual artists, art galleries, museums, and art festivals.

A fine arts museum may use brochures in conjunction with a special touring exhibit. Brochures and booklets depict images of select pieces from the exhibit. Inserts list special admission prices and hours, and members-only private viewing opportunities. More extensive booklets may be exhibit "tour companions," providing brief descriptions of each piece that visitors can refer to as they stroll through the galleries.

Photographers and artists can put samples of their works in clients’ and prospective buyers’ hands - in brochure form. Consider the stunning effects of one black-and-white photograph as the primary image on a brochure. Text provides a brief biographical narrative about the artist, the artist’s choice of subjects, juried exhibit recognition, museums or other clients that have some of the artist’s works on permanent display.

Brochures for an art gallery may be used to promote the gallery, the artists it represents, and available client services (such as framing or consulting services, classes for people who wish to build an art collection, or art rotating programs). Brochures may also be used to promote special artists’ showcase events.

Capture attention, leave a lasting impression

Brochure design requires a skillful and artistic blending of colors, shapes, text, and images. When done well, the brochure or booklet captures and holds the viewer’s attention. When exceptionally well-done, it can leave a lasting impression.