Designed by Eric Kass | Country: United States
“Letterpress and silk-screened stationery with logo patch in a tiny business card sized envelope for photographer Ed McCulloch.”
Designed by Nick Brue | Country: United States
A great example of letterpress for these clean and simple wedding invitations.
Designed by Erik Anthony Hamline | Country: United States
“Identity for Seaward Bread Bakery. Concepted while at Studio On Fire, self initiated completion.”
Designed by Oliver Munday | Country: United States
Great concept and execution for this home improvement & custom carpentry company.
Designed by Eight Hour Day | Country: United States
“We created this identity with the understanding that we would be traveling for a year. Because of this, we kept amounts small and only printed what we felt we needed and what we felt would work best for this “alternative” working style. Instead of a standard letterhead, we opted for a postcard and notecard. We felt this was more mobile and highlighted the idea that we were on the road. We also use a stamp to pinpoint our location on a map on the mailing label.”
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.”
Designed by The Office of Nature | Country: Canada
“Have you ever gotten to design WALLPAPER!?!? When my client asked me to convert a tissue paper pattern I designed for her boutique in Edmonton into a full blown wallpaper design, it almost made me wish I lived in those near arctic conditions. Instead, I made a whole set of stationary based on the pattern motif and had it all letterpressed at the Mandate Press in Salt Lake City. Win-win.”
Designed by Tactic Marketing | Country: United States
“We set out looking for something substantial and unique. We loved the idea of letterpress on the heavyweight Crane, and we stuck with a single color to offset some of the cost. From the start, we were attached to the idea of everyone having their own unique ‘back,’ and we played around with several different options before arriving at the headshots. The loose halftones worked well—corresponding with the one color theme, and creating a nice texture. And due to the coarse dot pattern, the headshots are somewhat dynamic in their appearance – up close they appear as an abstract pattern, and at a distance they read as a crisp headshot.
Working within the restrictions of letterpress really inspired us to look at things differently, and we couldn’t be happier with the end results.”
Designed by Croxton Design | Country: United States
Croxton Design was commissioned to design business cards for A Hundred Monkeys, a naming and branding firm based in Mill Valley, California. The cards were letterpressed, die cut, perforated and crash numbered.”
Designed by Steven Jockisch | Country: United States
“Bludot is a furniture design and manufacturing company founded by John Christakos, Charles Lazor and Maurice Blanks. Their goal is to “bring good design to as many people as possible” by creating desirable, useful and affordable products.
The main focus of this stationery system is the powder-coated steel business cards in four colors. Many of their products make use of this material, so we felt the stationery should incorporate this aesthetic. The paper pieces are produced with both offset and letterpress printing by Studio on Fire.”« Prev — Next »