Use of print platforms is important to make any business grow. Your product or service information needs to be elegantly and professionally represented on a brochure, flyer, leaflet, etc. Here, you will find some of the unique and creative brochure designs that use the method of die cut which initially started in the leather industry.You may also see Trifold Brochures.
In this technique, you cut out a single layer from the multiple layers of material using a blade, commonly referred as a die. In this way, the cut can create abstract and meaningful designs. You can even use this technique to a convention bi-fold brochure to get amazing results.You may also check One Page Brochures.
Here is a brochure design by Lee Eisenbarth on Dribble. The design is of a die cut brochure whose rendering you can see in the mentioned link.You may also see Square Brochure Mockups.
Inspired by mountains, this design by Norwegian artist Olesya Torum was a task for a brochure design that had multiple folds. The result you see is a funky brochure design.
This is a design for a tri-fold brochure that uses the technique of die cut. The last fold of the sheet has the outline of a skull and other stationary, cut out from the design.
Here is a modern A4 sized business brochure in a tri-fold design. The design is not actually a die cut brochure but it has the elements placed in such a way that it gives the design a cut like look.
This is a folder design that can be created using a die cut. Just fold around the dots, and place the joining pieces through the diagonal cuts.
This is a ready-to-print, customizable design that you can download in either PSD or INDD files as per your requirement.
This is again a design that uses die cut to create a box covered in a design of musical notes. Check this design to draw some inspiration for your personal designs.
Here is a cool brochure design in the shape of a cut-out fan. But the blades of the design can be folded inside to create a square-structured brochure.
Use a simple bi-fold design and trim out the lower part of the first sheet to directly show the information printed on the page behind it, something like an address or contact details.
Use this brilliant accordion-styled promotional brochure design that you can download as a PSD file and customize using smart objects.
Here is another corporate brochure design with a die cut that is available as a vector illustration in high resolution from ShutterStock.
This design can be used as a folder brochure template. You can download and edit the design using InDesign.
Here is another abstract brochure design from ShutterStock that uses the die cut technology. The design is set in dark shades of black and heavy yellow.
This design is Dave Finger of a die cut rocket brochure that was created to highlight the client’s balloon profit programs.
Here is another example of a brochure design that can be used for business or hospitals using the die cut technology.
Use of die cut is not restricted to your tri fold designs. The same idea can be used to create amazingly brilliant greeting cards and other stationary as well. Cut out the outline of a heart from a folder, and place in your message in another heart slid between the cut out folder, and you have yourself a brilliant card for your loved one.