Love the style and idea of this ... but, If there is anyone left in the world that doesn't know what dribbble is, will they actually get the 'ball as @ sign' metaphor?
9 months ago
@Eric E. Anderson I'm assuming a, "Here's my card. I'm dan at dribbble dot com", might be necessary. Occasionally :)
@Cai Cardenas it's necessary it woulnd't read as an email address with out it
loool !!! really nice !!! i like it !!! when modernity meet a good old stamp :)
Personally, I find it very hard to believe that anyone in this day and age wouldn't be able to take "name - round symbol - something.com" and figure out that it's an email address. :)
Nice! I did the mixed-media approach (one side screen-printed with gold ink, the other side hand-stamped) for my own business cards. I'll have to put a shot up one of these days, I'm not much of a photographer unfortunately so I am hesitant to put up bad photos of work haha
Such a good idea!
Not sure you need the underline.
@Ryan Rushing I was thinking that too, but then realized it wouldn't be easy to center it, depending on the length of the stamp.
@Dan Cederholm I second @Jen Willett. I'd love to know if you find a cost effective place to do letterpress cards.
Why don't you use the dribbble font?
@Gareth Price The "font" is a custom wordmark, based off a couple of different typefaces. We tend to only use it for logos, not text, headlines, etc. (This, of course, is totally up to Dan, but that's my understanding.)
@Matt Donovan @Jen Willett We use Repeat Press in Somerville, MA for our letterpressed coasters, and are planning to have them do the cards as well!
Yay! They used 'Sam' :)
I thought you'd done personalised versions for a minute :-)
That logo seems out of place because its lines are way thinner than the font next to it.
by Dan Cederholm
Bigger, centered, ball. Also, the back will be blind debossed on charcoal stock (two cards stuck together).
9 months ago
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