40 Unique and Beautiful Examples of Brochure Design

Unique and Beautiful Brochure Design

Here we are presenting a showcase of 40 excellent examples of brochure design to spark your creativity. Brochures are an extremely powerful offline promotional tool that can furnish an enormous boost to a marketing campaign if it is applied appropriately. Since it represents the brand image of an organization, you want to make it appear as striking as possible.

A brochure design must have a clean and uncluttered structure and must not consist of a broad array of graphic elements just for the sake of giving it a different look. The main purpose of a brochure is to set up a visual amalgamation for prospective clients through the use of images, text and symbols.

Beautiful Examples of Brochure Design

Unique and Beautiful Examples of Brochure Design

Yahoo Search Marketing Brochure
Yahoo Search Marketing Brochure

MCA A5
MCA A5

Nick Cave
Nick Cave

Company Folders
Company Folders

REBLOG
REBLOG

Triangular Folding Brochure
Triangular Folding Brochure

Audi
Audi

Volkswagen
Volkswagen

Vertex. Climbing Store
Vertex, Climbing Store

Ozlab
Ozlab

Unicer Corporate
Unicer Corporate

Bloomberg Art
Bloomberg Art

Simpson’s Brochure Pack

Simpson's Brochure Pack

Iride
Iride

2008 Calendar Brochure
2008 Calendar Brochure

Segnalibri
Segnalibri

Birth Announcement Leon
Birth Announcement Leon

Accordian
Accordian

4 Bridges Art Festival Patron Brochure
4 Bridges Art Festival Patron Brochure

Die-cut Booklet
Die-cut Booklet

The White House Project
The White House Project

Rebrand
Rebrand

Key Slovenia Contemporary Slovenian Writers
Key Slovenia Contemporary Slovenian Writers

Falconry UAE
Falconry UAE

Brochure Design
Brochure Design

Centrocar Brochure Design
Centrocar Brochure Design

AstraZeneca Recruitment
AstraZeneca Recruitment

Brochure Designs
Brochure Designs

Brochure Design
Brochure Design

Leporello Street Art design 1
Leporello Street Art Design 1

Lifestyles Brochure
Lifestyle Brochure

Brochure Design
Brochure Design

Keenpac
Keenpac

Perfil Institucional
Perfil Institucional

ZIMAT Brochure
ZIMAT Brochure

Groundflights
Groundflights

Brochure
Brochure

CHP Brochure
CHP Brochure

3rock Corporate Brochure
3rock Corporate Brochure

Simplicity Works
Simplicity Works

CirclePharma Brochure
CirclePharma Brochure

Conclusion

So, hopefully you have been inspired by this huge collection of 40 most amazing and excellent examples of brochure design. Please share your comments and suggestions with us and the rest of the community. You can even designed your own brochure from brochure printing services.

Jameel Khan is a web graphic designer and has been working in this field for 4 years. He also writes for other blogs and is also the founder member of webdesigncore.com. His biggest passion is blogging and vector illustrations.

Comments

  1. Εξαιρετική δουλειά..Μπράβο!!

  2. / Reply

    Great showcase. I love audi example, and inspiration category on Onextrapixel

  3. / Reply

    These are such great examples of brochure design. Thank you for sharing.

  4. / Reply

    A number of brochures you are showing rely on costly die cuts to make an effect.
    I am impressed by brochures that are simple and cheap to produce, but really well conceived and designed like the Segni Libri one, or the Portuguese one.

  5. / Reply

    thanks for sharing, some very nice examples there. I especially like the Nick Cave cover and the calendar brochure.

  6. / Reply

    Wow! some fantastic collection of brochure designs that you have showcased here…..i loved it especially the compact ones….:) Rightly said, a Brochure should be specific and very informative so that what you are trying to convey is rightly understood!!!!

    • D Morales,
    • April 27, 2012
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    Love the brochures. Bravo for the artist who make this possible.

    • tatajip,
    • April 27, 2012
    / Reply

    very nice, inspirational

    • Charlene Sandifer,
    • April 27, 2012
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    Very nice opportunity to see what other designers are producing. They are eye catchy and have some great themes.

  7. / Reply

    Love the Collection. Should be inspirational to all. This is what PRINT is all about!

    • orangutan,
    • April 28, 2012
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    Why did you also show leaflets here? ;)

      • Mick,
      • April 28, 2012
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      I don’t think you understand what is a brochure and obviously you are just trying to spam here judging by your name.

      Typically speaking, a brochure consist of more than a page of information. it is usually folded or binded in ways to make it appear like a compact article wheras a leaflet usually comes in a single page handout.

        • orangutan,
        • May 9, 2012
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        I do understand what a brochure is – I design them… You can not call flyer or leaflet a brochure, sorry, check the brochure’s definition on wikipedia :) If I showed you my 4 pages b’card – would you call it a brochure? Pretty ridiculous ;)

  8. / Reply

    Thanks for work. Beautiful design!

  9. / Reply

    Typhography matters for the brochure design, thanks for the collection.

  10. / Reply

    very inspiring brochure designs, thanks

    • manoj sasidharan,
    • April 30, 2012
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    Nice & Great

    • Benjamin,
    • April 30, 2012
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    great collection, i have been inspired already

    • nancy S,
    • April 30, 2012
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    Nice Designs, but extremely expensive to print. The cost should always be focused in on because money can buy you everything, even the best!

    1. / Reply

      I agree with Nancy S. Anything with a die cut will be very costly, and beyond many client budgets. Often the unusual sizes will also increase cost. This is a great collection of possibilities.

  11. / Reply

    Beautiful designs, I love the thinking out of the box idea’s used. But, like someone has already stated. I’ve never had a customer who wanted to pay the extra charge of die’s used to create some of them. And, unless your customer has a huge run it’s not cost effective for most of the companies these days just trying to make it.

  12. / Reply

    Except for the self promo calendar brochure these are 39 examples of the worst brochure design I’ve seen in years. You say, “A brochure design must have a clean and uncluttered structure and must not consist of a broad array of graphic elements…” You must be referring to 40 brochures not shown in this post.

      • Malone,
      • May 1, 2012
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      Gotta agree w/Ken Carbone! While some of these are nice, overall it’s a pretty average (professionally speaking) body of work.

        • DKG,
        • May 1, 2012
        / Reply

        Right. Easy to hit SEND. Show us YOUR creative side rather than your critical one, so we can all enjoy your spectacular design skills and extraordinary taste. Share yours, so we may all benefit from your experience and talent.

        1. / Reply

          I agree with you DKG. Destructive criticism without offering an alternative (which, heaven forbid, might attract more crititicism) is a wimp’s way out.

          While these brochures may be expensive to produce, in many cases they may be more cost-effective than a cheap, ‘ordinary’ brochure. The market is flooded with cheap brochures. Mostly they are thrown away. Some people (and you need to know your market here) would be more inclined to keep something beautiful. To this end, it’s probably a good idea to give the piece a secondary purpose (like the calendars), to encourage the receiver to keep it.

          Speaking of calendars, how often do you receive a ho-hum single sheet calendar from a business, which, presumably you’re supposed to put on your wall. I throw them out. The beautiful ones I keep … and use.

            • Ray,
            • May 2, 2012
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            Melisanda has a point. The only way for us to keep a brochure is to make it attractive and worth keeping. In the interactive and digital age, prints are dying so we must be more creative to capture the attention of audience.

            What Malone and Ken Carbone mentioned that they are pretty average, in creative works, I don’t think there is any right or wrong, so by criticizing them isn’t fair. If you would to judge them, what benchmark would you based on? Are you competent to judge them?

    • Mohamad kebbewar,
    • May 1, 2012
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    Beautiful works. Very inspiring

  13. / Reply

    Very good collection of brochure design, I love them.

    • Hitesh Joshi,
    • May 1, 2012
    / Reply

    the way you all work is really so impressive and so creative so I like to work with you if you give me a opportunity to do some creative………Have a nice day

    Hariom

  14. / Reply

    these are beautiful! i would love more opportunities to make things like this byt unfortunately small businesses just cant afford it.

  15. / Reply

    I’m with eye van… lots of costly die cuts. Some beautiful pieces but i always like to see great type and layout that can pull a tight budget project to the next level. thanks for sharing. Dale

    • adam,
    • May 1, 2012
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    looking at these, all in one place, makes me realize that brochures are not needed anymore. Hey, I make these things all the time for my client but this display makes me realize it’s time to stop. I wouldn’t want to receive my information in this format, why am I still creating these for others? :P

    • LeAnn,
    • May 1, 2012
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    Thanks for sharing. This is about creating something beautiful, not about cost of production. It is nice to dream, because dreaming causes us to raise the bar as far as practicality is concerned. We don’t want to be creating cookie cutter stuff that people can download from a template online at low cost, right?

    • Rose,
    • May 2, 2012
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    Beautiful design concepts. I do agree with one of the comments all of these are high end & expensive to produce. why not do a followup showing inexpensive innovations?

    1. / Reply

      I would love to see design solutions confined to the standard trifold. That is a challenge to come up with something new!

    • Anthony Cordua,
    • May 2, 2012
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    Nice, I love them all! Very good inspiration.

  16. / Reply

    How could you not admire the use of color in these examples of fine design.
    They are deserving of a museum or art gallery but I was always told that well designed art should first be practical and functional. Do these examples meet that criteria or are they something you might produce in a classroom environment?

  17. / Reply

    Thanks for sharing these. They really are great brochures. Most of my customers are small businesses and they stick with the very cheap to produce, conventional formats like DL and A5. I would love to have the opportunity to produce something with beautiful high quality photography (as opposed to digital camera trash and cheap stock photos) and flexibility with paper stock, trim shapes and folds.

    1. / Reply

      Amanda,

      Not sure why I stopped at your comment, but I totally understand. I’m a print sales person not a designer, but I have the same issues. What I have come to realize however is a lot can be done with ink. Four color process is no longer the luxury but the standard. 99% of what we print here ($11,000,000 worth) is on white paper and for most small runs, the difference in a house sheet and a premium stock is neglegible. Play around with heavy coverage, reverses and backgrounds made from some of the clients photos. Digital cameras are better than ever and even the cheaper ones can produce usable images. Good luck.

        • JCfromDC,
        • May 31, 2012
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        I’m with you here, Jeff. Please refer to my comments way down the line here. Having worked at both ends of the print process (concept to finish) and all through it, I alway try to get clients to go for something other than white background and cheap paper. Most of their imagination is limited to what can be done with MS Word and clip art.

      • JCfromDC,
      • May 31, 2012
      / Reply

      Amanda, please refer to my comments way down below. I think we are in the “same boat” with our clientele. I agree with you on point, tho’ most digital cams these days do produce good work. It all depends on who’s behind the lens.

    • Santosh Chavan,
    • May 2, 2012
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    Nice work ! Thanks for sharing !

    • Susan Archangeli,
    • May 2, 2012
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    I work for a company that offers design as well as being a full-service printer. I do appreciate the good brochures. From a production standpoint, I really enjoy taking the files from projects such as these and cleaning them up, turning them into files that will actually go through an electronic workflow system, separate correctly, and print in what the artist idealized as his/her perfect colors. Then there is the die… I estimate (from experience) that 95% of designers do NOT know how to carry their diecut designs through to create the perfect die for their perfect design. I do that for them. I am glad to have experienced the industry from both sides–design creation and production. I know what it takes to carry a great design through all the manufacturing processes it takes to make the finished product. It’s a satisfying process when you see the press sheets come off the press, go through bindery, and then see the piece come out looking just as you first imagined it.

    • Shridhara,
    • May 3, 2012
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    Nice Collections….Thanks for the designs !!

  18. / Reply

    These are some amazing examples of Brochure design, demonstrating a range of print styles and techniques. I like that the majority of these have stepped out of the box by not having a simple square design. But even the ones that do, have some beautiful artwork, typography and design concepts behind them. Thanks for sharing this inspirational work.

    • Anonymous,
    • May 4, 2012
    / Reply

    I have seen a lot of these designs on other inspirational sites before and although they are beautiful they were designed 4 to 5 years ago – I can’t help to wonder where are the truly NEW designs from 2010, 2011 or this year?
    Has nothing really inspirational happened in the past two years…

  19. / Reply

    really awesome collection ………thanx for sharing

  20. / Reply

    i still like original work which come from our own mind . now a days clients are asking cheap and best low cost but creative. more die cut more stamping embossing spot colors lamination UV expensive papers etc. this all make u r job expensive, so avoid lots of complications in work and complete the requirement of the client thats more practical…but any how i am not against this concepts it is good inspiration for new designers…

  21. / Reply

    Really beautiful designs keep up the great work!

    • smyna,
    • May 6, 2012
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    i’m very impressed when look at all your design.
    thank you for sharing.
    Hope i can see more of your design

    • Frank McCosker,
    • May 8, 2012
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    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Cost is a major factor, especially on short runs. For receiver retention, a secondary purpose (i.e., calendars, etc.) is essential. Otherwise its a beautiful throwaway. To create expensive cuts and finishes to “jazz up” your design without real purpose is mental masturbation.

  22. / Reply

    Hi, thanks a lot for listing me here :)

    • andi,
    • May 15, 2012
    / Reply

    Terima kasih sudah upload itu brosur…

  23. / Reply

    awesome show case nice work

    • JCfromDC,
    • May 31, 2012
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    While many of these are wonderful examples of fine printing, die cutting and bindery craft, I am not too sure that the excessive “art statements” made by the designers are doing service to the messages contained therein. Having said that, I cannot translate many of those same messages! However, the primary purpose of a brochure is INFORMATION, not just an art statement. Simplicity reigns supreme; if the “statement” becomes eye-dazzle over message, I think the message gets lost.

    I think the best in show are the Simplicity brochure (duh!), Falconry UAE, AstraZeneca, MCA, and CirclePharma. They combine simplicty, elegance, and are easy on the eye. Far too many of the others rely on expensive die cuts and bindery work to pump the “dazzle”. the “average” client cannot afford or won’t consider these options in their budget. The Street Art is also pretty nice, considering the subject matter… it just fits well.

    There are also a variety that should not even be in this group; the kit folders w/inserts, the magazine-style booklets and the mailers. I think there should be different categories for these groups.

  24. / Reply

    wow brilliant stuff… really awesome design’s…
    can we get the PSD’s for any of these’s ?

  25. / Reply

    Great Designs! Since brochures are represents your business, so it is important to concern about their designs. For this you have needed to choose the best designer as well as the best printing service. The images, colors and content should be resembled with your business. It should be seen decent and attractive.

  26. These are really great! I am Tweeting/FB/LinkedIning the link (but it’s a timed release for Sunday). I’ll Google+ it right now.

  27. / Reply

    Jameel thanks for the example of graet brochure design. I love the Audi brochure with its tear open strip.

  28. / Reply

    Very nice, some fantastic creative ideas in that list that I could take some inspiration from. Spent the last hour or looking for some designs.

    Can anyone point me in the direction where I can find PSD`s for brochures & flyers designs etc?

  29. / Reply

    Very unique design. These brochure designs are very inspiring.

    • DHARAM PAL VERMA,
    • November 17, 2012
    / Reply

    Its really Awesome collection, Its give me new idea to create something new. thanks for sharing.

    • vinothraj,
    • November 26, 2012
    / Reply

    really awesome

    • TAHIRA NAWAZ,
    • December 18, 2012
    / Reply

    its really Splendid collection

    • shubhani,
    • January 16, 2013
    / Reply

    nic collection very amazing

    • Cadri,
    • January 25, 2013
    / Reply

    Wow what a good collection of designs. Thanks and congrats.

  30. / Reply

    wo there are so many nice brochure.

    • Sue,
    • February 25, 2013
    / Reply

    A real variety of layouts, dimensions and cutting forms, especially on the flyers and cheaper promotion material.

  31. / Reply

    Very unique design. These brochure designs are very inspiring. I do like the Audi design..

    • haji,
    • April 1, 2013
    / Reply

    such a waste of time these brochure are so old try some thing else:P

    • Muhammad Afzal,
    • April 9, 2013
    / Reply

    very inspiring & outstanding designs

  32. / Reply

    These are all super creative. Great colors and typography used.

    • ashish,
    • August 17, 2013
    / Reply

    all your design is very unique. I am very much inspiring your design.

    • giftmbedzi,
    • August 28, 2013
    / Reply

    they all look awesome

  33. / Reply

    I love all the designs shared here and that make sense by the way.

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