V Communications

March 18, 2011 | 2 Comments

Designed by V Communications | Country: Canada

“The inspiration comes from an old identification card we’ve seen on the web. Actually it is Lee Harvey Oswald’s Forged Selective Service Card. We don’t know how and when we bumped on it, but we all liked the old feeling it brought and how the information was displayed. We improvised a shooting session in which we had vintage clothes from different eras. We decided to do a two colors letterpress print on cardboard and we all loved the result. The final touch on the cards comes from an old die cast iron stamp we bought and personalized to our needs.

Its important to mention on which side of the chipboard you want your card printed or you might have have a big curve in them.”



2 Responses to “V Communications”

  1. Mustard Seed Collective
    March 20th, 2011 @ 4:31 am

    Who would’ve thought?! So creative and very original. Plus, you can put a lot of info on those cards.

  2. Bain
    August 28th, 2012 @ 12:23 pm

    Who would’ve thought… ?

    To be honest I think this one missed the Vintage Train a long time ago, as the “old” look became played out a long time ago.

    As a business card, this merely tells me that this company is really good at creating dated, misguided and fluffy work that really only appeals to hipster design students.

    Good luck.

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