Designed by Device Creative Collaborative | Country: United States
“Crop cultivates the unique beauty of its clients in cutting edge style. Laser-etched letterpress business cards reference the salon’s repurposed walnut interior – sourced from the rugged mountains of Asheville, NC.”
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 Jakshop | Country: United States
“We wanted a card that would stand out amongst the rest. We opted for a sleek black on black aesthetic. Laser cut cards. No printing was involved. Etched on black 4ply Museum Board. Laser etching made possible by PUBLIC Letterpress.”
Designed by Chase Kettl | Country: Unites States
“I created these using wood and a laser cutter for our wedding we had in August. It was great to be able to create something for our special day!”
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 Disperse Team / Arts University College Bournemouth | Country: United Kingdom
“We (the graphic students from the Arts University College Bournemouth) are delighted to tell you that our end of year show is soon approaching and we have just completed our promotional stationery for the show. Our invitations have been designed and made by our design team on campus featuring foil blocking and most notably laser-cut and engraved on the reverse. Our limited edition series of A1 posters are also laser-cut with our logo which was developed from the interactive identity featured on our website.”
Designed by Staci Paul | Country: United States
“Carabiner encourages and inspires outdoor activity by providing students and community members with the necessary resources & equipment they need to connect to the great outdoors within their own community. Technology is utilized as an educational and community-building connecting tool that brings users closer to nature and enhances the outdoor experience, in turn building a sense of environmental stewardship.”
Designed by Rethink | Country: Canada
“Laser die-cut business cards for a screenprinting company.”
Designed by Jake Applebee | Country: United Kingdom
Jake’s business card. Laser cut on some very thick card stock. If you would like one just give him a shout. At least that’s what he says on his website.
Designed by Rethink | Country: Canada
“Broke Bike Alley’s business cards help you help your bike. The follow-up to their tire patch business card, this cardcum tool fits in your wallet and lets you adjust your bolts and spokes. And open your beer.”