Liz & Paul Wedding Invitation

Designed by Andrew Smith | Country: United States

“These wedding invites and RSVP notes were created for Liz & Paul’s special event. Production wise, these were printed on Crane Lettra Flo White 110lb cover stock that was custom duplexed to a 220lb weight after printing. They were printed at the Detroit-based letterpress shop,”


Foreign Policy

Designed by Foreign Policy Design Group | Country: Singpore

“The new identity set is designed taking reference from the writing desk and stationery set of a diplomat who writes away letters and visas with his fountain pen and who keeps his notes in cloth-bound dossiers. A personification of Foreign Policy, he is well-heeled and well-read. As such, the business cards are inspired by classic book covers that speak of eloquence and intelligence, reflecting the guiding principles of our practice. These tri-plex cards are covered with saifu book cloth and are metallic copper foil-stamped, and made slightly larger and heavier than the usual business cards.”


The Argonaut

Designed by Dawson Beggs | Country: United States

“Identity work for a fictitious upscale San Francisco hotel inspired by the San Francisco gold rush. The logo was inspired by the sails of a ship and the golden gate bridge, as well, the name “Argonaut” is a reflection of what gold seekers were once known as.”



Designed by ACRE | Country: Singapore

“With the use of yellow, ACRE wanted to feature our work as a collaborative harvest between us, our clients and our partners. We took a field as inspiration for our logo. Being an art collective of idea crafters, we have a preoccupation with measurement devices, preferring the old way of customization.”


Mercator Minerals

Designed by St. Bernadine Mission Communication Inc. | Country: Canada

“Mercator Minerals called on St. Bernadine to help with a rebrand as they transitioned from a junior mining company to mid-tier producer, specializing in copper and molybdenum. With a significant acquisition behind them, combined with a new CEO, a new CFO, and several new Directors, the rebrand had to reflect significant change and mark the arrival of the “new” Mercator to all stakeholders. As part of this transformational step, Mercator Minerals needed to better position themselves as ‘industry-leading’ to better facilitate additional investment funding, as well as improve brand perception to better reflect real value & opportunity.”


Goodman & Gower Wedding Invitation

Designed by Natalie Goodman | Country: Canada

“Our wedding invitation design was inspired by a vintage elk bottle opener we have in our home. We wanted to create a rustic, chic emblem for our wedding “logo” that could be used across all our print materials. The main invite was etched into a white maple wood 5″ x 7″ card.  We letterpress printed on a heavy 140# Holyoke – Bone for both the accommodations card ( 2-colour) and reply card (double-sided: 1-colour & blind deboss), outer envelope was Lettra – Pearl White (1-colour) and the pantones we choose were an uncoated PMS 321 & 185. The blind deboss on the back of the reply cards turned out better than we anticipated, the result was pleasing.  We had some fun with our RSVP postcard reply card and made it a fill-in-the-blanks style, to get people involved in the event. Some of our reply’s where pretty astonishing, specially from the grandparents!”



Designed by The Bakery | Country: Russia

“I AM is an emerging fashion label based in Moscow. Inspired by mirrors, we developed a visual language, which hides or exposes parts of an image, much like a mirror looked at different angles. The minimalistic approach was then applied to stationary, tags & other printed matter.”


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