“The update on the Keena identity system included creating business cards from the proprietor’s vintage family photos, and then making custom stamps for each employee so they can stamp the back of their cards. There are over 25 different family photo cards to choose from, so it makes for a lot of variety in the cards and an interesting story when passing out business cards.The new stamped cards worked with the updated look of the letterpress business cards, letterhead, envelope, and mailing labels.”
Designed by 3 Advertising | Country: United States
“Alone and Unafraid is an apparel company founded by two marines. We created business cards that doubled as survival tools. The back of the business card is polished to be used as a signal mirror if needed.”
Designed by Build | Country: United Kingdom
“Identity design for T&Cake, a new Yorkshire based modern café. Consisting of stationery, packaging, website (content managed by T&Cake), signage and interior design input. Run by established restauranteurs Tracy & Stephen Jackson (previous owners of The Weavers Shed, former Yorkshire Restaurant of the Year) in the small northern town of Almondbury. If you are in the area check it out, the food on the menu looks amazing!”
Designed by Marnich | Country: Spain
Stationery and identity design for El Palauet Living luxury apartments. Lettering by Pol Montserrat.
Designed by Joseph Parra | Country: United States
Tag inspired letterpress business cards for Baltimore, Maryland based artist Joseph Parra.
Designed by Lundgren Lindqvist | Country: Sweden
“Loft Investments is an exclusive holding company constructing new financial products that are better suited for the future than the conventional counterparts. Utilizing many years of experience within different parts of the financial sector they have developed a method of gaining more profit for investors through taking a higher, yet calculated, risk
The business cards was duplexed using one sheet of Munken Polar paper and one sheet of Rainbow Intensive Red. The red sheet was overprinted with PMS 1795 to give it just the right tone of red. This was quite the balancing act and several versions were turned down before the right tone was achieved. The logotype was foiled on the back of the card which had to be punch cut because of the precision required by the square grid on the front of the cards.”
Designed by John Burgess | Country: United Kingdom
“My personal identity and stationery was designed to be elegantly simple yet considered, stripping out and unnecessary elements and clutter.
Business cards were printed onto 350GSM Colourplan with blind embossing. Disks contain a hi-res interactive PDF of my work.”
Designed by Heydays | Country: Norway
“A small identity for furniture designers Frøystad+Klock, inspired by scandinavian design traditions and their clever use of materials. A stripped down minimalistic approach is ensured by focusing on details in the wordmark like the plus, Ø and O, and the way they stand together. Twelve photos of different materials were teamed up with colored paper to separate the two designers. This also allows flexibility, each element can be shown a number of ways, within the same strict setup.”
Designed by The Consult | Country: United Kingdom
“Recently our long-time copywriting collaborators Bang Your Own Drum asked The Consult to develop their new brand look and feel. Our thinking centred on referencing the name and hinting to their services – we achieved this with a drumstick pencil and drum skin business cards giving Bang Your Own Drum an identity that’s easily heard.”
Designed by Heydays | Country: Norway
“Grip: kultur is a company that hold cultural and creative workshops to give new spark and provide a mental change to businesses. We were responsible for both the naming of the company and their visual identity. The logo is based on the idea of change, a movement from one place to another. All printed matter has been spot varnished to simulate a feel of paint (one of their workshops is art) and change of material, it also hints to the word ‘grip’.”« Prev — Next »