You can't tell from the photo, but the card back is solid brown. The illustration is a UV spot varnish that isn't always entirely visible depending on how you view the card.
Please don't tear apart my website if you decide to check it out -- I'm in the process of rehauling it and it's patched together for now. :)
almost 3 years ago
love it!!!!!! Great job tiling all those little illustrations.
That's a really cool biz card with so much personality! Especially for a girl designer, love it :)
I know plenty of wonderful girl designers. I bet none of them would appreciate that comment!
Either way, glad you like it.
Lovely card, great colours, good contrast. Lot's or personal flavour without losing any professionalism.
They're great! I love the UV varnish :)
Thank you! I think they look a little nicer in person... :D
ahh its awesome!!!
wow you can probably charge money to give one of those to people!! :D
@Geri Oh! My english sucks, I didn't meant it that way! I meant that the design itself is more "suitable" for gals than for guys. Please read the comment again, hope you understand it now :) Cheers!
OH! Oh oh oh... sorry for misunderstanding! That makes total sense now. Sorry! And thanks! :)
Haha... I read it the way you did too at first, which made me laugh a little, but it makes sense now, though I don't think they are overly "girly." Nice job on your cards Geri, and looks like you hired a good printer to do them too.
Want to know a dirty little secret, though?
I got them printed at print100.com... for a grand total of $35. They can't do colour matching or PMS (CMYK only), but for UV spot varnishes, foil stamping, and quick turnarounds, they're incredible. And for $35 it sounds too good to be true, but honestly, you've got to try them out!
Wow... thanks for sharing. I've never liked any online printers (and I've tried the popular ones), especially for anything fancy-like. I want to do some cards with illustration on the back as well as postcards so for $35 can't hurt to try, before looking at more expensive offset printing options here in town.
@Geri: I am glad it's ok now :) Have fun with your new cards!
@Shyama: Not sure if you tried this one, but I've got mine from tasteofinkstudios.com and they did an amazing job. Especially the paper they've used is extra thick with hardened edges.
At first I thought that black detailing was velvet. The whole thing just looks so soft and inviting. I'd definitely want to hire you if I saw that card!
Gorgeous card design! Well done indeed!
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Thanks guys, appreciate it :)
Wonderful! I love the colors & the bold quality of the entire card. Also the illustrations are very inviting. Well done Geri.
Is it actually embossed or is that just the type treatment? Love it.
It totally looks embossed. Is it actually? Any more shots of the cards online to view? Great job!
Not embossed, just UV spot varnish that seemed to go slightly off register, so depending on the angle it looks like a little drop shadow. I have the same photo, except larger, posted here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hellogeri/4679936592/
Great use of the spot gloss!
almost 2 years ago
really really well done. good job!
about 1 month ago
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