The Grammy Award for Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package has been presented since 1995. Here are the winners per year complete with the names of the art directors.

The Rise & Fall of Paramount Records, Volume One (2015)
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Artist: Various
Art Directors: Susan Archie, Dean Blackwood & Jack White
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Wings Over America (2014)

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Artist: Paul McCartney & Wings
Art Directors: Simon Earith & James Musgrave
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Woody at 100: The Woody Guthrie Centennial Collection (2013)

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Artist: Bruce Springsteen
Art Directors: Fritz Klaetke
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The Promise: The Darkness on the Edge of Town Story (2012)

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Artist: Bruce Springsteen
Art Directors: Dave Bett & Michelle Holme
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Under Great White Northern Lights (2011)

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Artist: The White Stripes
Art Directors: Rob Jones & Jack White III
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The Archives Vol. 1 1963–1972 (2010)

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Artist: Neil Young
Art Directors: Gary Burden, Jenice Heo & Neil Young
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In Rainbows (2009)

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Artist: Radiohead

Art Directors: Stanley Donwood, Mel Maxwell and Xiaan Munro (art directors)
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What it is! Funky Soul and Rare Grooves (2008)

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Artist: Various
Art Director: Masaki Koike
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Stadium Arcadium (2007)

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Artist: Red Hot Chili Peppers
Art Directors: Flea, John Frusciante, Anthony Kiedis, Chad Smith & Matt Taylor
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Woody at 100: The Woody Guthrie Centennial Collection (2006)

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Artist: Johnny Cash
Art Director: Ian Cutler
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Once in a Lifetime (2005)

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Artist: Talking Heads
Art Director: Stefan Sagmeister
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The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions (2004)

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Artist: Miles Davis
Art Directors: Julian Alexander, Howard Fritzson & Seth Rothstein
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Screamin’ and Hollerin’ the Blues: The Worlds of Charley Patton (2003)

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Artist: Charlie Patton
Art Directors: Susan Archie
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Brain in a Box – The Science Fiction Collection (2002)

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Artist: Various Artists
Packaging Designers: Hugh Brown & Steve Vance
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Miles Davis & John Coltrane: The Complete Columbia Recordings 1955-1961 (2001)

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Artist: Arnold Levine & Frank Harkins

Art Directors: Miles Davis & John Coltrane
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The Complete Hank Williams (1999)

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Artist: Hank Williams

Art Directors: Jim Kemp & Virginia Team 
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Beg Scream and Shout! The Big Ol’ Box of ’60s Soul (1998)

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Artist: Various
Art Directors:David Gorman, Hugh Brown & Rachel Gutek
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The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings (1997)

Miles-Complete Studio box set

Artists:Miles Davis & Gil Evans
Art Directors: Arnold Levine & Chika Azuma
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The Complete Ella Fitzgerald Songbooks (1995)

Ella Fitzgerald songbooks box set

Artists:Miles Davis & Gil Evans
Art Directors: Chris Thompson
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The best kind of marketing doesn’t feel, sound, or look at all like marketing. If you really want to earn fans that could potentially buy your concert tickets, back you up on Kickstarter, buy your merch, share your posts, and all that jazz, you have to connect with them and make them feel like rockstars themselves.

Here are some nuggets and tips that can help you market effectively as an artist: 101-awesome-marketing-quotes-6-638

This is something that artists don’t need because most artists want nothing more but to delight their audience. However, as we realize how hard it is to live with just a few hundred dollars a week, we start to become aggressive. Let us just not forget our primary purpose. Art before money has always been our mantra. It doesn’t mean, too, that we forget about earning money because they should go side by side. There’s not much art without money; there’s no money without good art.

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Do not make too many marketing shortcuts online because no matter if you use all the SEO tricks or hire the best PR team to write articles about you, if people don’t like your music, they won’t give a damn. The best strategy is still pleasing people one at a time because those people will introduce you to their friends. Nothing beats word-of-mouth.

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Don’t tell people you’re good, show people you’re good. If you’re a musician, don’t shove your CDs and merch to their faces, updating your social media with the stuff you sell. Entertain and engage your audience and the sales will take care of its own. Of course you have to inform them that you do have an album out but if you’re doing more talk and less music, you just might lose them. Nurture your fans first and trust them that they’ll support you.

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This is so true. If you’re an artist, you have to learn how to charm your audience in your own way. CHARM is so powerful and we all want it but there’s no magic formula for it. In fact, the more you try to be charming, the more you don’t become charming. Look at Jennifer Lawrence. People love her because she’s so unapologetically herself- blunt, awkward, etc. But that’s not to say we all want blunt and awkward. Look at Adam Levine. He’s hot that’s why he’s charming. Kidding…not kidding. Think of one celebrity you admire and ask yourself what’s charming about him or her. You won’t have a hard time answering that question. Learn how to charm and seduce your audience and they’ll buy whatever you sell them.

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Build a tribe- a loyal bunch of people who love you and believe in what you do. Start small and really take care of them. These people will go to the end of the world with you and will fight all the demons that get in your way. Love each one of them because they will be your pillars to success. These people will then influence a bunch of people and try with all your might to please each one of them. That’s how you go to the top.

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Why should we buy DVDs when we can easily download movies nowadays? And oh, there’s Netflix, too. Let me tell you why: 1. Because it has special features like Behind the scenes, commentaries, etc; 2. Because it has really cool DVD packaging. You love staring at them and collecting them and one day you can sell it at Ebay for ten times the amount you paid. Not convinced? Check out these really kick-ass DVD packaging that’s worth collecting.

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE DVD SET
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This Mission Impossible set includes all seven seasons of the original Golden Globe and Emmy award-winning series along with its 1980s revival, together for the first time in dynamite-shaped packaging. Pretty simple but well conceptualized DVD case.

THE X-FILES DVD SET IN A SUITCASE
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This is one of the most creative DVD packaging I’ve seen in a while. It’s not very cheap ( $150) but this serves as an awesome adornment to your DVD shelf and a good topic for conversation whenever acquaintances visit your home for dinner. 

BREAKING BAD DVD SET

Breaking Bad DVD set

Most notably, the complete box set is housed in a barrel like the ones Walt buries his money and burns bodies in. Within the barrel you’ll find all five seasons, a Los Pollos Hermanos apron, a collectible booklet with a letter from Gilligan, and a commemorative challenge coin designed by the series creator.

HARRY POTTER DVD SET

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 DEXTER TV SERIES DVD SET

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This collectible slide box is inspired by the one Dexter himself uses on the show to catalog his kills.

 THE HUNGER GAMES DVD SET

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THE WALKING DEAD DVD COLLECTION

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This  limited-edition “zombie water tank” by McFarlane Toys comes complete with the heads of your zombie enemies staring back at you. 

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Multi-functional USB Flash Drive Designs

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MULTIFUCTIONAL CARD WITH USB
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SWISS ARMY KNIFE WITH USB

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 MAGNIFYING GLASS WITH USB AND COMPASS

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FLASHLIGHT WITH USB 

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NECKLACE WITH USB 

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CAN OPENER WITH USB

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NOT WORKING FOR ANYBODY. You don’t want to climb the corporate ladder. Why work for others when you can work for yourself. That is a very brave and is in fact, very commendable trait of millennials. Why, if everyone only applies this and strives really hard to attain their goals, then the world will be a much better place. But we all know this is impossible. One way or the other, someone’s got to work for somebody. And what the previous generations have that you don’t is tons of tons of experience. Nothing beats learning from the ground with the guide of a mentor. You’ll learn important techniques from your bosses and colleagues. Plus, you get paid for it. What’s so wrong with working for somebody? Just make sure it’s somebody you really respect. That sounds so Millennial-ly buy whatever, I love Millennials. Basically, what I’m saying is this: Don’t be too appalled by the idea of working for somebody because everyone is always working for somebody, either a boss, a client, or a lot of people.

DOING EVERYTHING ON YOUR OWN BECAUSE YOU CAN. Millennials want to be independent, which is a good trait. But if you’re isolating yourself because of “independence”, then you’re sabotaging your career. You have to learn to go out there and collaborate. That is the only way to do it. Even if you’re selling stuff online, you really still need to reach out to a lot of people either online or offline to get things moving. Business, career, and everything else won’t go far without a lot of people.

MAKING TOO MANY SHORTCUTS. If you’ve seen the film While We’re Young (Noah Baumbach, 2014), the character of Adam Driver has sneaky ways to get to the top- getting too close too soon with big people, cracking the shortcuts to telling a story that would earn awards (but without much heart or love of the process), etc. While this is a smart move to get a name in the industry, it’s not sustainable and only very few people will actually like you. I’ve known so many filmmakers and artists who ditch their collaborators just so they get all the glory. You think this will not be detrimental to your success? Think again. The industry is small. Don’t be sneaky.

USING ART AS AN EXCUSE FOR BEING POOR. It’s romantic to be poor because of art but when your bills are piling up and you have mouths to feed, it gets old – wrinkly old and unattractive. You will start to question why you chose the path of being an artist in the first place instead of being rich. Here’s news: you’re just being lazy. Get a job, any job,so you can do your art without much financial drama.

TOO MUCH FACEBOOK TIME, TOO LITTLE WORK. Do you know that Serge Gainsbourg wrote and released over 500 songs in his lifetime? Yep. Let that sink in. No, he’s not 200 years old. But you sure do have more than 500 posts on Facebook promoting only one output. Not to belittle the value of marketing because marketing is definitely a must, but what we’re aiming for is productivity in your actual field. That means, if you’re a filmmaker, spend more time conceptualizing, writing, shooting than promoting your stuff.

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Black and White Vinyl Packaging

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There are so many colorful and creative vinyl and vinyl packaging but black and white remains classy. Not only classy, but interesting and artistic, too. Here are some B & W vinyl record sleeves that prove that you don’t need flashy colors to stand out.

STAR WARS VINYL PACKAGING

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WILL PLOWMAN VINYL

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This fold-out sleeve design was created for a new record by composer and label manager Will Plowman. The octagonal origami casing that wraps around the ‘Ahamay Grove EP’ mimics a birthing flower, with the 10″ white label placed inside the screen-printed paper. The packaging itself is designed to portray the dulcet tones of each song on the EP, with the handcrafted aspect showcasing A Future Without’s D.I.Y. aesthetic.

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Vinyl cover design that changes the more you look at it.

WE LIVE IN TRENCHES VINYL LP
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CYMBALS- SIDEWAYS SOMETIMES VINYL

 

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MACHINE DEAR- KILLING SOMETHING THAT’S ALREADY DEAD

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HELVETICA VINYL PACKAGING
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THUNDERHEIST VINYL PACKAGING

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ALLAN GRAVGAARD MADSEN ANALOG LIGHT DESIGN VINYL PACKAGING

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An album cover for the modern classical composer Allan Gravgaard Madsen. Each piece has its own front page featuring wave pattern and a crystal tapestry.

 

So you see? Black and White has its charm. And if that’s not enough reason to convince you, maybe this will: it’s much cheaper to make. For inquiries, don’t hesitate to contact us!
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Whether you have a wedding, birthday bash, company event, or any occasion coming up, you’d want to give really cool invites not only to convince them to come but also to serve as a souvenir for their own keeping. There are so many ways to create party invitations other than the standard card. Make your invites witty! Show your fun, creative side!

To get your creative juices flowing, here are some of the quirkiest event invitations:

BALLOON INVITATION
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The only way to get information by inflating the balloon. And you’re provided with a pin just in case you want to pop it right after.

CROSS-STITCHED PARTY INVITATION
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Who wouldn’t feel special after receiving this invite when we know each card is hand stitched with tender, loving care?

SCRATCH-OFF INVITATION CARD
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I think everyone loves scratch cards. It gives a certain kind of pleasure,  similar to popping bubble wrap. Your friends and family will certainly find joy in finding out the details of your event!

and here’s another one…

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3D INVITATIONS
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Like the balloon and the scratch cards, you really have to make some effort to learn about the event. You’ll put your secret message in your card and your guests can only read it using 3D glasses (which you’ll hopefully provide, of course).

MOVIE POSTER WEDDING INVITE
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Kick-ass movie poster wedding event with vintage artwork. Your friends would find it very hard to say no.

MATCHBOX INVITATION
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Well here is something that’s practical for everybody!

FORTUNE TELLER PAPER INVITATION
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Here’s something you probably want to give away at events where people can just pick them up. All the information about the events are “hidden” on the folds of the paper. Probably one of the most creative invites if you plan to  only use paper.

FREE PENCIL WEDDING INVITATION
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If you want the recipients to keep something and throw away the rest, give them an invite with a little freebie attached like this one.
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We’ve posted many t-shirt packaging designs before like this and this and noticed that a lot of you really love them. More than the design on the actual t-shirt, the t-shirt packaging says a lot about your brand, probably more than your actual tee. You can put a plain tee inside a really kick-ass shirt packaging and nine times out of ten it would create a stronger impression than those shirts packaged in boring packaging.

So, without further ado, here’s the latest of the coolest, most conceptual t-shirt packaging designs we’ve seen in the webs. We hope you’ll be inspired to get more creative!

SAUSAGE T-SHIRT PACKAGING
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To build hype around WVRST’s grand opening, TAXI2 Canada hand-delivered t-shirts packaged as sausages wrapped in butcher paper. This direct mail piece invited food critics, bloggers and other cultural influencers to what TAXI2 Canada dubbed “the sausage party”. The shirts were printed with the same humorous artwork from the WVRST posters of adorable animals being put through a meat grinder. via Dandad.org

I absolutely love how quirky and realistic this looks. This is the kind of packaging that’s so well thought out that you won’t need a lot of frills to make it work. You see right here that it just requires a special plastic bag and yarn to achieve the t-shirt sausage. Pretty cheap and easy to make but something that you won’t forget.
POPSICLE T-SHIRT PACKAGING
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Here is another t-shirt packaging that’s so easy to execute. All you need is a Popsicle stick to make add personality to your regular packaging. But of course it’s not that easy. You have to make sure everything works well and the design of the t-shirt packaging matches the overall concept and design of the actual t-shirt.

CRAYONS TOWEL PACKAGING
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Okay, we’re cheating with this one. It’s a towel packaging and not a t-shirt packaging but it works perfectly well with t-shirt too, don’t you think? It might be a bit expensive to make but if it’s the kind of design that matches your brand, it’s worth investing in.

TRIANGLE BAGS

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These triangle cardboard boxes are too cute and easy-to-carry. Plus, you can put a lot of artwork and promotional info in the box.

JAR LEVI’S PACKAGING 

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Levi’s Basics, the brand’s new line of men’s socks, t-shirts and underwear, Mad Projects (the licensee behind the brand) knew they had to think outside of the traditional 3-pack of briefs. via thevmspace

HANGER T-SHIRT PACKAGING
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To reduce consumer waste, this t-shirt package that doubles as a nifty clothes hanger after purchase. Made of recycled moulded paper pulp, it features a living hinge and a hook that serves a function both when it is used as part of the packaging and the hanger. When closed up to form a box for the T-shirt, it has a little window that shows the customer the color and feel of the product. – via Design Taxi

WRAPPED WHALE T-SHIRT PACKAGING
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How cool is this? The same as the Popsicle concept above but it has something that you can’t throw away- a whale bone with promotional info. Unlike the popsicle stick, this one is worth keeping and is therefore much better if you’re giving shirts for promotional purposes.

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1. Be an expert at emphatic listening. Introverts may not talk much but they’re the types of people that are good listeners. Play up with your strengths by developing your listening skills. This should come easy for you. You won’t be an annoying person to be with because you don’t talk much but make sure you’re not boring. How do you do this? By learning to ask genuine questions, being genuinely interested, and paying attention

2. Get close to a networker. If you know someone who’s a people person and who’s well-connected to the event, tag along with him or her. That’s one of the best ways to get to know the people you’ll never ever get a chance to talk with if you do things on your own. Make sure you don’t overshadow your networker though, or else he/she will slowly start to hate you.

3. Network even before the networking event. If there’s a chance for you to know the list of people attending a show/conference/event, take it and search for those people online. You can either send them an e-mail or message on Facebook and introducing yourself. Make sure you don’t say so much to the point you become annoying. You’re not a spammer, you’re just an introvert artist who doesn’t want awkward networking events, right? So don’t make it even more awkward to you by talking too much online and not matching the same level of energy in person. Simply introduce yourself by saying ” Hi. My name is Drew, I got your email from the organizers and forgive me for contacting you out of the blue…” you get the drift. Make it quick and not desperate.

4. Wear a conversational piece of item. Wear a hat with a feather! But since you’re an introvert, you probably are not the kind who’s comfortable sporting something very flashy. But it doesn’t have to be over-the-top, just something that makes you interesting. It could be your hair, your statement t-shirt, your necklace…anything that can add emphasis to your personality.

5. Be creative with your business card. We want to keep conversations flowing. Too many pauses is just awkward. To minimize these pauses and to make sure they check out your contact details, come up with a creative business card. There are business cards that pop-up, business cards that glow in the dark, and many more!

6. Practice, practice, practice. The only way to improve your networking skills is by actually networking. Take every opportunity you can get and learn from every experience. Take note that the savvy networkers you see have already been to hundreds of networking events because they become comfortable with it.

7. Bring your portfolio CDs. Don’t miss an opportunity to show your skills. This happens after you have talked for more than five minutes of course and you’re sure that the person you’re talking to is seriously interested in you. Do not just hand out your demo reel or portfolio CD or protfolio USB to people you’ve still not established warm connections with. You’ll just be wasting money. But on the other side, it’s a total waste of opportunity if you’re already warm yet you forget to hand out your stuff.

8. Bring flyers to your next event. This is similar to #7.  But since flyers are cheaper, you can just hand them out to almost anyone. Again, just make sure your connection is already warm before you hand out anything.

9.  For new acquaintances, try to find out the eye color of the person you’re talking to. The time you stare at a person’s eyes to check out his eye color is the time that’s needed for the other person to feel that you’re paying attention. Also be aware of wandering eyes. If you keep looking for the next person to talk to, you’ll never get close to anyone. And we all know, it’s better to leave the event with one good friendship than 20 lukewarm acquaintances.

10. Remember to mention their name when you say goodbye. Every person feels very important if they hear their name. If a new acquaintance can remember your name, you feel special, right? So make people special if you want to be remembered.

11. Start with the “open” ones. Do not aim for the busy ones who probably have ten people aiming to talk to them. Try approaching the ones who are waiting to be approached. That way, you’ll be practicing your skills and you will be more likely remembered by that person than the busy one who’s met 100 people on the event.

12. Psych yourself that it won’t kill you because that’s the truth. This is probably the best tip for anyone who’s suffering from social anxiety. Repeat to yourself the fact that networking (even the ones that leave embarrassing marks) will never, ever kill you. It’s just people. At the end of the day, they won’t be thinking about you more than they think about their own lives and their own flaws. It’s just a bunch of people talking and creating connections. No biggie. Of course it’s not easy. You can either read self-help books to ease social anxiety or you can also do yoga and psychological techniques.

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3D Pop-ups literally grab our attention because they remind us of our childhood and they’re really fascinating works of art. They’re not just copy-pasted designs printed on paper and mass produced by thousands, they’re well thought-out from pre-production to assembly to packaging. You know each piece you’re holding is made with a lot of effort and love. Here are some ways you can use 3D pop-ups for your marketing:

POP-UPS FOR TELLING YOUR BRAND’S STORY

For the release of its first perfume, the brand Lacoste L!VE has imagined a pop 24-pages-book to tell the story of this fragrance. The book plays with paper art and relief-effects like children’s interactive books. popup 3d collateral branding- lacoste   popup 3d collateral branding- lacoste book   lacostelivepopupstory-6 lacostelivepopupstory-11

POP-UPS AS CREATIVE BUSINESS CARDS If you want to leave a lasting impression, give your new friends creative business cards that are hard to ignore. If you give them something as creative as these pop-up business cards below, they’ll think “If this person cares so much about something as small as a business card, for sure he/she would care much more about the more important things.” Instant plus points for you with just little effort.

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POP-UP BROCHURES Brochures have just the right size for pop-ups because you can be intricate with your design and it wont be as flimsy as a poster or as constricting as the size of business cards. pop-up-brochure promotional material creative pop up 3d brochure design

POP-UP CD/DVD CASES Here’s a pop-up CD of Flight of the Conchords. One of the coolest bands and coolest CD packaging I’ve seen. The artwork is made of hard paper that has a gorgeous, colorful illustration and pop-up artwork. This is certainly one way to convince people to buy your CDs instead of just downloading them illegally.  pop up design CD case 1655 __________________________________________________________________________

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