Black And White Business Cards Printed On A Variety Of Experimental Surfaces
These cards were made for a creative furniture design company. The designer of the cards had a good relationship with a letterpress printing studio which allowed her to make some requests that they try experimenting with a variety of paper types and even wood to print on, for different effects. The best and most interesting print results were used to create a set of cards which have an intriguing look and feel - they stand out from the crowd without resorting to gaudiness. Four materials were chosen for the end product - an ebony wood veneer, a super glossy white card stock, a rubbery textured plastic coated stock and an opalescent finished paper. After printing these materials were bonded to a sturdy white card stock to give a thicker, more substantial card. These cards utilise the same design and printing plate for different results which leaves scope for producing more variations on the future.
Design by Lauren Vajda
For Studio Twenty Two
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