“Less is more. Just your name or email will do, like an old-fashioned calling card you’d present to the butler.”Full post: New cards →
I like Chris Parry’s business card, designed by C21 in Cheshire.Full post: Chris Parry’s business card →
Problem: design a brochure for a small theatre.
Solution: make the brochure small.
Printed in-house using a Golding Jobber from the 1880s, onto Gmund cotton 600gsm.Full post: Letterpress and edge painting by kikisoso →
The Luxe card, MOO’s most premium product, launched at the start of the year.Full post: Luxe by MOO →
A business card for a bespoke tailor, and another for a music duo.Full post: Two memorable business cards →
“…these cards for a small business bookkeeper are quite possibly the smallest thing we’ve ever produced.”Full post: The smallest business cards ever →
The postman brought a nice surprise earlier.Full post: Paper from G . F Smith →
If you’re in search of a little stationery design inspiration, Stationery Design Now! is worth a look.Full post: Stationery Design Now! →
Any of the notebooks from Arwey would make a great designer gift. The mailman delivered these two.Full post: Arwey notebooks →