Business Card Pocket Portfolio Back in 2014 with a move to a new office in central Derby I created some lush business cards with an excellent local letterpress maker Chris of . I was rather excited and made a little movie you can view the production of my letterpress business cards earlier in the blog. Im not a massive consumer of business cards so I can take a quality over quantity approach to them. The last batch I only produced 100 this made them precious oh so precious and Ive only…
A selection of scanned images from the book Business Cards- Saying hello - firstly im looking at the idea of the business card being slightly different - and something to think about - but was looking at the idea of the logo being some sort of illustration as in the bottom images - after the normal vector logos- just something a little unique like the company
Vintage Brass Beetle jewelry key card holder This little brass guy is adorable and useful! For all of you who adore insects or just the unusual! Scarab beetle is carved and has a hinged head that opens so you can store rings, keys or prop him open to display business cards or whatever you like in the back. Vintage patina tarnished brass that can be shined up but I prefer it this way. Great conversation piece! Reminds me of something I saw at Anthropologie. Approx. 5 "long by 3 " wide and 2…
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Ugly Dog Design's rebranding proves to be pleasantly attractive. The logo doesn't connect all of its lines, allowing the viewer to fill in the blanks. It's a simple black, white, and hint of blue design. The dog sits up on the "Ugly Dog Design" text that bookends the black words on each end of the blue center (same as the dog's eye).