Hey everybody, I’m Trish from foldfactory, and this is your 60-second Super-cool Fold of the Week. Thanks for watching. This week’s Super-cool Fold comes from deep in the foldfactory archive. I've had this one for a long time. I always loved it. I thought it was a great time to bring it out.
This is a very clever solution for a 4-panel accordion fold. So, this is just a classic 4-panel accordion fold, but they did something really interesting with the die cut. This piece is all in French. It's for Bell, and it was mailed in Canada. So, a little shout out to Canada Post. But, this is about a streaming internet service, and so they're demonstrating the different, you know, ways that you can access the streaming service through your phone and tablet and laptop and your big screen television. So, what I really like is they basically cut out the four different, you know, the phone and the tablet and the laptop and the TV, like this. They kind of drew a line straight across, and that was cut, and then when you put them together, the four line up, you know, phone, tablet, laptop TV. And then, they create this really interesting kind of 3D layered effect when it's closed, but I love that kind of straight line that's drawn here so you got kind of your classic accordion.
You know, I've done and shown lots of different solutions on Fold of the Week with, you know, cascading accordions and all sorts of, you know, layered dies and things, but I love that they kind of drew a line and stacked these four in a row. You could totally see some different, you know, concepts of ways of using this this technique to create texture and depth. So, I just thought it was it was super smart and a great way to translate the concept. It’s on about an 80-pound over coated sheet, and just score and die cut. Very cool. I hope you like it. That’s your 60-second Super-cool Fold of the Week, 4-Panel Accordion with Clever Layered Die-Cut. Forward this to your friends and colleagues, keep the dialogue going. And viewers, please send me your folds. If I use them, I’ll send you free stuff. Visit foldfactory.com for folded samples, dielines and print. And remember, think finishing at the beginning. I’ll see you next week. Bye