Brochures are effective tools in promoting your business to your potential clients. They are conventional but they are easy to keep and can be a point of reference in the future.

If you want to get noticed, be catchy. If you want a call of action, be clear and direct. These are the simple things to keep in mind when designing a brochure. Remember, your message should always be clearly stated in your designs. A balance of text and illustrations can make a mark on your next potential client and make that. Here are 20 examples of brochure designs that can inspire your design.

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Rhythm Kitchen Brochure

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Simplicity Works

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Rebrand Brochure

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Nutcracker

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Silencio

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North Star Fund

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H.C. Westermann

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Pershing Calendar

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Walsh and Jenkins

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Energo-Holding brochure

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Bloomberg Art Installations

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Real Estate Solutions

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Heavenly Creatures

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Fabriquem Emocions

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Brochure Aristoteles

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Catalin Botezatu

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Contemporary Slovenian Writers

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