Blind-deboss business cards

Just like that, December is upon us. How did this happen? Part of the reason it seems to have blindsided me is the fact that it’s still been so warm–any snow that dares fall is gone the next day. Speaking of blind, how about these business cards with a blind-deboss? The first one, from Fueled… Read More →

Bricolage Floral Stationery

Chelsea from Go Forth Creative designed this lovely floral stationery for her friends at Bricolage Curated Florals in Austin, Texas. She based the art on the favorite flowers of the florist herself, and selected a gray stock so rich it’s almost lavender. For some nice tone-on-tone action, the ink is a dark charcoal gray. Both… Read More →

Spring Business Card Roundup

We had a busy spring of business card printing interspersed with the usual spring wedding work. Noting a trend towards simplicity, we printed several tidy, one-color cards whose clean typography was accentuated with creamy or white cotton paper, or, in one case, a tiny green lettuce. We printed a dramatic card on super-thick 4pt Rising… Read More →

Neon Business Cards with Edge Painting

I’d like to take a small break from wedding invitation posts to show off these neon beauts, printed for our friends at design firm Creat-Ink in Florida. The yellow doesn’t seem to photograph as brightly as the orange (referred to here fondly as “electric salmon”), but both are quite bright and really pop on the… Read More →

Letterpress and digital chapbook

It’s always a treat when we get to make a chapbook. This diminutive volume was designed by Kathleen Lynch of Black Kat Design, a specialist in book jacket and cover design, as a gift for her clients at the end of 2013. We printed the cover on 110#, 100% cotton Lettra, and, to stay on… Read More →

Shindig Grey Chipboard Business Card

We’ve had the pleasure working with Jill at Shindig Invitations on several projects (have a look at this lovely event, featuring some very lovely paper), so we had a suspicion that, when it came time to print her business cards, they would be just as excellent as her invitations. She wanted chipboard, but not the… Read More →

Studio DB Business Card

A beautiful business card from Merrill Lyons, designer behind this fabulous suite. One doesn’t often see a logo with no color, but this blind-printed logo is eye-catching even without bright colors. Bright color was saved for the cards’ edge, which is painted in a rich teal to match the Pantone color name on the front…. Read More →

The Infantree Business Card

We live in an enlightened age, my friends: an age where anything is possible, at least when it comes to the art and craft of the business card. Ryan at the Infantree in Lancaster, Pennyslvania, wanted the new business cards for their team to be heavy, subtle, and gorgeous. They took care of gorgeous; we… Read More →