Letterpress business cards brewed up as retro style coasters on pulpy stock to soak up good design. Printed in 2 Pantones, these beauties won a 2011 AIGA Cleveland Design Award and an award by HOW + Print Color in Design. — Fizz.
The logo was letter pressed by The Hungry Workshop into 600gsm Lettra cotton stock using phosphorescent ink so that in regular light it appears to a simple debossing but when the lights dim the logo illuminates in a bright green . — Luke Lucas
Joe Felix – One-color Letterpress Business Cards.
ETXE – Blok Design
“We took cues from old battle generals and anthropomorphized their character to embody the strength, leadership and integrity of Militant Walrus. But at the end of the day we really made a bad-ass walrus.” – Letterpress Connection Cards by The Humans.
Traditional letterpress (using a Heidelberg press) with antique gold ink, lithography and gold foil. – Lindsay Lewis
The ID Branding employees were asked to relate their own personal “identity”. Those insights were then translated into a representative image that each employee adorned on the back of their card. Together the images visually represent the ecosystem of ID Branding’s culture. – Jared Milam
Photographer Laramie Carlson – Cody Paulson.
Dirtmovers – Driven.
Periscope Creative – Darrin Crescenzi.
MyORB – 341 Identity.
Blind deboss with golden foil (for the mirrored ligature and edges) on 1,5mm grey cardboard. – Stella Petkova.
Sissy’s Southern Kitchen – Tractorbeam™
Letterpress card printed in 3 colors / Bianco White 300 gsm – Inksurge.B/I/D Newsletter - A monthly summary of the best on the site and the web. *Unsubscribe at anytime.