Designed by Hyperlocaldesign | Country: Brazil

“Reduction of materials such as ink, water and paper reduce carbon emission. Besides, it saves money wasted on mailing . Reducing is the fastest way to reach simplicity. Reduce your printings but with the best quality ever. Founded on these thoughts, Hélio Rosas company graphic identity, the H®, was developed.”



Designed by Isaac Arthur | Country: United States

“CODO Design is a Branding and Design firm dedicated to improving Indianapolis socially and culturally.”



Designed by Hatch | Country: United States



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.



Designed by Nicole Kraieski | Country: United States



Designed by Forge | Country: United States

“We wanted a business card that imparted the hands-on nature of our design studio, and that would be impressive but affordable. We really lucked out with some discount clearance stock from a local stationery printer, getting 40 parent sheets of this gorgeous, thick paper for around $30. The letterpress cost us about $150 given that we were supplying stock. The most expensive part was running letter-size sheets of labels offset and having them trimmed to several options. This, of course, doesn’t count the time that we have to spend to customize each card with one of our name labels, but that aspect hopefully communicates some of the hands-on aspects to potential clients.

We have great looking cards that make a really good first impression, and we didn’t spend a fortune. I think the key to that was doing some legwork and looking for deals. Cheap paper here, a good printer contact there, a little handwork ourselves for each card.”

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