The restaurant brocure showing the accordion fold, and a prop kneaded eraser.
We decided to use the opportunity to highlight the local food culture so it was natural to bring Melissa Corbin of Corbin in the Dell in for choosing vendors, farmers and restaurants.
When a printer wants pizzazz, a print designer complies. We printed this on a heavy (80# cover) silk finished #2 sheet. Dies were prepared for the highlighted cover cutouts. And the créme de la créme; dual spot varnish, one dull, the other glossy. This series is slicker that snot on a doorknob.