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5 Inspirational Flyer Designs to kick start your Imagination!

Posted 7th July 2014

5 Inspirational Flyer Designs to kick start your Imagination!

You’ve got seconds to grab attention and communicate your point. So how do you make sure your flyers are as effective as possible? In this post, we’ll take a look at 5 flyers to give you some inspiration for your next printed flyer with Swallowtail Print.

A flyer can be a brilliant, cost effective tool to help promote your business, event or product. Even in a digital age, a well-designed and strategically placed flyer can get people really excited.

That said, we are bombarded daily with all types of marketing collateral making it different to stand out. By using imaginative design and print solutions you can achieve a powerful flyer for any purpose. Let’s take a look at some examples.

Zaum and Brown CD Sleeve Flyer

Image: © Richard Brown

1. Be bold! 

We love the bold typography on this flyer. It communicates the information quickly. The square format stands out from the usual A5 printed flyer and the UV spot varnish makes it extra special.

You can find out more about special printing finishes.

 


 

Amsterdam Festival Flyer

Image: © Amsterdam Festival

2. Be bright! 

This bold unique typeface, coupled with bright and eye-catching illustration can’t fail to grab attention! The flyer focuses on communicating one message which is more effective than lots of small messages.

 


 

Charles Kantz Party Flyer

Image: © Charles Kantz

3. Think outside of the box!

Just because you’re creating a printed flyer, doesn’t mean it has to be rectangular. This fantastic event flyer has been die-cut into a moustache that’s not only extremely eye-catching but communicates the event’s theme immediately. Double whammy! Swallowtail Print can help with all manner of elaborate die cuts for flyers. Use one of our standard cutter guides to keep costs down or speak to us about creating something completely unique!

If you want to stand out from the crowd then ask about our specialist printing and finishing.

 


 

Widehorizons Adventure Flyer

Image: © Adept Design

4. Be branded!

Your brand is your biggest visual asset. When designing your flyer, make sure you follow your brand style so that people instantly recognise your company when they see other material. This flyer uses a strong colour pallet and brand style to communicate the charity’s message.

 


 

Norris Beauty Flyer

Image: © Katie Wass

5. Be photographic!

Good quality photography can be very engaging to an audience and a great way to sell products or events. This flyer uses bright photography with bold graphics and bright colours to push its message.

Swallowtail Print have many years of experience in flyer printing. Our litho and digital printing presses mean we can cater for short or high runs, even on very tight deadlines. Our in-house experts can also help you with your flyer’s design, copy text and photography, ensuring your flyer is designed and printed to the highest standard, quickly and efficiently at the right price.

You can find out more about our flyer design and printing service. Or contact our sales team to talk about your next printed flyer.