Designed by Fifty3 | Country: United Kingdom
“We are Fifty3, an ambitious two person studio focused on creating beautiful brand experiences. We are relentless in our pursuit of quality craftsmanship in all that we do, and what better starting point than our own image. We’re environmentally conscious and have shown our credentials in our stationery. We took 100% reclaimed board, duplexed a lighter version against a darker board and foiled both sides in a matt bronze to create a sophisticated but slightly seductive look… Finished off with complimentary additional stationery.”
Designed by Chris Trivizas | Country: Greece
“Andriotis G.P. is a family business that specializes in the trade and processing of olive oil, for the last 55 years. The logo was designed in order reflect the classic and timeless values of the brand name, while at the same time updating the communication image.
The symbol of the logo presents an olive with its pit, and the typography chosen, with serifs and capital letters, expresses the validity and reliability that characterize the Andriotis business.”
Designed by Good Fortune Collective | Country: Canada
“Public affairs consultant Chuck Pautler has an uncanny way of making business problems “go away”. To capture his unique brand of public affairs consultation, we introduced the first hit-man for business problems, along with some pretty memorable letterpress/foil stamp duplexed calling cards.”
Designed by Josh Nychuk | Country: Canada
“A personal stationery package developed for self promotional purposes. The identity communicates personal values, and my services in graphic design and photography through various techniques and production methods.
The business card makes use of a production method in which a middle layer containing my contact information is laser cut out and sandwiched between two outer sheets of paper. Facing downward you can only see the printed idiom “more than meets the eye” implying a hidden message or beyond what is initially perceived. When held up to a light source (daylight works fine) the contact information is revealed. A testament to minimalism, and a curiosity for what lies beneath the surface.
The symbol of the eye, is created through a reprographic technique called halftone. As the scale or depth-of-field changes the eye comes in and out of focus. It is accompanied by the Gestalt idiom “see the forest for the trees”. The concept of Gestalt—a collection of symbolic entities that create a unified being or whole—seemed appropriate way communicate my specialization as a designer of visual identities in an enigmatic way.
The identity does no make use of a formalistic logo, and instead is largely recognized through typography and technique.”
Designed by Tall Ltd | Country: United Kingdom
“Being a digital marketing business, it is rare we have something tangible in our portfolio to take with us to new client meeting, so we want our business card to really make a statement. Just about every meeting gets a great reaction and normally ends with the comment ”I bet they cost a bit”
Designed by Ponderosa | Country: United Kingdom
“Websters Interior Designers underwent a rebrand and now feature an elegant and refined logo carried across business cards and stationery. Business cards feature the logo printed on the front in 3 spot colours, clear foil and deboss on 350gsm Colorplan Gravure Emboss. The reverse is printed 1 spot colour and on 350gsm uncoated board. The duplex business card also has bronze gilding to the edges.”
Designed by LePetit Antoine | Country: Spain
“There are several production techniques I used to produce these business cards. One “card” is printed in two color spot. The other “card” is letterpress printed but without ink. And then both cards are sandwiched to orange paper.”