Category: Print Design

Summer Wedding Stationery

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

I’d like to congratulate my friends Shannon and Greg, who are getting married this July! I was honored when they asked me to design their wedding stationery. The stationery consists of the invitations (invite, reply card, directions and envelopes), menus, and church programs. Below you can see what my company came up with for the invitation.


Brewing Up Promotions

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

We’re very excited to show off our latest design! We created promotions for a symposium called “Brewing the Perfect Prototype”. The symposium is sponsored by Cimquest, IDSA and Core 77. The final pieces consist of a postcard, an email template and web banner ads. Paul Kiesche Design was involved from the very beginning, as we helped come up with the concept, writing and design of the pieces. (more…)

Forecast: Sun with a Chance of Direct Mail

Thursday, April 8th, 2010
One of our clients, Sun Farm Network has been growing and growing. So,  they recently moved to a much larger facility. We were asked to create a direct mail announcement to be sent to their clients, prospects, vendors and more. (more…)

Back to school with your best threads on

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010
For the fourth year in a row we’ve been fortunate enough to design French Toast’s catalog! However, this year was very exciting as we were asked to redesign the entire look!

French Toast is America’s best selling brand of school uniforms. They are also wonderful to work with.

Recruiting Members

Friday, December 4th, 2009

We’ve been creating a bunch of promotions for HCBA’s (Histic Chester Business Association) events recently. Well instead of promoting their events, this time we’re promoting the organization. We designed an invitation and application to solicit membership in the organization.

Historic Chester NJ’s Holiday Promotions

Friday, November 20th, 2009

We are in the middle of a very large campaign for the HCBA (Historic Chester Business Association). We created a marketing campaign aimed at increasing local shopping in the Chester area.