10 Cool New Brochure Designs

A guest post by Brian Morris, who writes for the PsPrint Design & Printing Blog.

Brochures can be some of the most powerful marketing tools you ever deploy, so long as you incorporate a strategic approach to planning, designing and distributing your brochures. Start with a goal for each brochure you create. Your goal could be to educate, to increase brand awareness, or to motivate a specific action such as visiting a URL, downloading an app, calling a phone number, or visiting your location. Once you have your goal in mind, you can draft copy and craft a design that together to achieve it. Understand your target audience, and you can then distribute your brochures to locations and mailboxes that reach your customer base. Thus, you’ll have a brochure that’s primed for success.

One of the best ways to ensure your brochure is a success is to craft a unique and original design that commands customer attention. Here are 10 cool new brochure designs to inspire you to craft your own winning brochure.

1. Werewolf Museum by Bruce Ting-Yu Chen

Possibly the coolest museum in the history of all man (and wolf) kind. If you’re going to San Francisco…

Werewolf brochure

2. Bike to School and Work Day by Tiffany Hsu

This unique and attention-getting brochure folds out into a map demarcating “celebration stations.”

Bike to School Brochure

3. Columna America by Studio Rockiki and Sciborowski

A clean, elegant brochure with a bold interior layout for a corporate, yet cutting-edge, look.

Columna Brochure Design

Columna America Brochure

4. Hough Waves Brochure by Hanne Svensson

No matter your industry, if you’re a designer then your marketing collateral should conform to high standards.

Hough Waves Brochure Design

Hough Waves Brochure Design

5. FujiFilm Brochure by Eleanor Nelson

Some brochures have to relay a lot of complex information. This designer was able to make all that copy manageable through intelligent use of visuals and white space.Fuli Brochure Design

6. Chameleon Brochure by Adela Rinadi

I love how this brochure design maintains its theme with a textured background and large chameleon images.

Chameleon Brochure Design


7. Hufschmid Guitars Brochure by Jeffrey Cajucom

Promoting your brand image with your brochure design is important, and the designer for this brochure nailed the attitude of a guitar company.

Hufschmid Guitars Brochure Design

8. Cedar Point Locomotive Anniversary Brochure by Erin Gray

This brochure design features a vintage look for the 45th anniversary of an amusement park icon.

cedar Point Brochure Design

9. Kidrobot Promo Brochure by Jewelyn Butron

I like how this brochure retains the service theme with a graph paper background, yet makes the product seem fun and inviting with bright colors and images.

Kidrobot flyer design

10.VESPA Brochure by Justin Quitevis

Another fun and light brochure design, lending the essence of zipping through town on your scooter. It’s a perfect design for this brand.

Vespa Brochure Design

Which is your favorite brochure design?

Author’s Bio: Brian Morris writes for the PsPrint Design & Printing Blog. PsPrint is an online commercial printing company. Follow PsPrint on Twitter @PsPrint and Facebook.

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2 Comments

  1. Posted June 21, 2013 at 6:34 pm | Permalink

    The chameleon brochure was my favorite. It is top notch with the textured background to make it seem almost like a treasure map or old parchment. I also enjoyed the wolfman brochure, but the claw marks didn’t need to be on the face, as they actually regenerate from the scratches that turn people in to lycanthropes rather quickly. Great blog!

  2. Posted July 3, 2013 at 12:46 pm | Permalink

    FujiFilm Brochure is awesome. All designs are awesome indeed. But in FujiFilm Brochure there is an outstanding lighting effect. That can be done with an expert and innovative designer.

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