Seeking unique brochure design ideas to help you become a better graphic designer? Look no further than the following creative brochure designs, submitted for your inspiration!
This brochure features a big, bold, die-cut cover to help command customer attention while branding the Mosaic company.
A clean layout, friendly color palette, and creative design make this a winning brochure design for a local hardware store.
Volkswagen was looking for a way to show off their environmentally friendly cars, so Josiane Marquis created this “Green Guts” design. It showcases the green-ness of the car in a fun and informative way.
Strategic die cuts and folds can make for an unforgettable brochure, such as this triangle-shaped design that unfolds into the shape of the company’s logo.
The pattern of trees is die cut into the white brochure cover, revealing a brown card stock underneath and making for a truly memorable marketing piece.
How do you convey the disjointed sounds of synth pop? You design a brochure that’s disjointed and abstract. Patricio Murphy manages to make his design look and feel like the sound collage that comprises the music genre.
This brochure by Astrid Ortiz unfolds to reveal a wonderfully fun manufacturing assembly line. She utilizes plenty of white space in order to make the most impact possible.
Harley-Davidson knows how to make its brochure meaningful, memorable and relevant for its customers: dress it in the same leather they wear when riding their Hogs!
This brochure design incorporates a clever way to highlight information with almost a picture frame like presentation.
This brochure is another example of how creative die cuts can be used to make a brochure design stand out from the competition.