Nothing is more embarrassing to me then handing out a cheap, flimsy business card to a potential client. For the past 9 months Jon and I have been nothing but embarrassed every time someone has asked us for our cards. That's all changed now that we're rocking these 220lb letterpress cards with painted edges printed by Studio on Fire.
The goal was to go super minimal and super high quality. No names, no phone numbers and no email. Just our logo and URL. We make websites so the best way to learn more about us and what we're capable of is to actually visit our site. If somebody has this card, it's because I've handed it to them. Therefore, they already know my name. No reason to reiterate. That's our theory, we'll see how it pans out.
over 2 years ago
Any chance you would like to submit this to CardDsgn?
@David: Just submitted it!
Great, thanks Kevin. It will be published between 11-12th Aug. I see alot of cards from Studio on Fire, they do a great job.
Hotness! I really like!
They look yummy! I'm a little bit jealous :-(
Really stylish, Kevin! That Iron2Iron logo is so nice, it could be pressed into dog-poo and still look amazing.
@Emir: You've got me wondering that that would really look like now. hahaha
I'm thinking Fixel needs to get us some of these...
Sweet lord! So sexy.
about 2 years ago
Dig. Minimalist art on stellar stock. Speaks for itself. (and speaks loudly)
What a lovely cards man!
Nice! I feel the same way you do about cheap flimsy business cards. I'm looking into Moo's Luxe Business Cards for my next set.
BTW: I'm still loving the Iron to Iron sticker you guys sent out to me a while back. :)
almost 2 years ago
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