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blind impression

Lotus Design Letterpress Cards

February 5, 2010 
Custom Letterpress Business Cards for Lotus Design

Lotus Design approached us to design a simple and elegant business card using their lotus flower icon. I love them, they love them, and I'm sure the people on the receiving end will love them too. Contiue Reading

Interisland Terminal meets letterpress

December 18, 2009 

We were approached, quite a while back, by Interisland Terminal to print their beautifully designed cards, but we have been quite busy and have neglected the blog. We loved the design and knew they would be a perfect candidate for… Contiue Reading

Slip & Soda Letterpress Business Cards

September 18, 2009 

Slip & Soda is a "functional ceramics" company located in New Mexico. They wanted some business cards that would reflect their unique look in the ceramics business with a subtle blind pattern. From their design, we printed square letterpress business… Contiue Reading

Simple & Clean Letterpress Cards

September 10, 2009 

Larry Wong, a Structural Engineer, came to us seeking a simple, clean, and minimalist letterpress business card. However, he came to appreciate the idea of a blind impression. Contiue Reading

Paper Paper Everywhere

August 12, 2009 

Johnna was in the middle of re-branding her photography business and needed to make a strong statement with her stationary, so what better way to do that than with some fantastic letterpress goodies to hand out to her clients. Contiue Reading

Grant Michaels Goes Blind

July 30, 2009 

I don’t think there is a word that better describes this client than Renaissance Man. If I get all of these right, he is a photographer, kitchen/bath designer, CAD engineer, and web developer. Needless to say, he keeps busy. Contiue Reading

Mediarite Creative Part 1

May 17, 2009 

The first phase of these cards turned out pretty great. It’s currently a 1 sided, 3 color design including a reverse blind impression of the phone number. These cards are actually meant to be 2 sided on custom duplexed paper… Contiue Reading