This is more or less the finished artwork. I did another version of it as well that I will be printing on a A1 to put on my wall.
The other version has bigger tyography without the extra "raibows" and is relatively more minimalistic
over 2 years ago
Gorgeous! This would make a great business card theme for http://cardflick.co!
Nice spam ^
Ha not trying to spam. If Guilherme is interested I'd gladly play for the rights to this design.
love this, great work!
I'd love this on my wall man. :)
It is hardly fit for a "business card theme", leave alone a great one. This piece is awesome because it is unique. You mass produce it and it will become "meh" in a blink of an eye.
PS. The same goes for business cards by the way - one of their primary functions is to capture the essence of the owner in their design, and they obviously cannot do that if they are based on a template. Though that's not to say there's no demand for cheap commodity designs, i.e. just something flashy to print a name and a phone number on.
Where can we order one?
Psychedelic baby, yeah!
Alex, you bring up some interesting points.
Is furniture by Eames "meh" because it's mass produced? Are the posters for rock concerts not viable art because they are meant to distribute?
I agree that unique is great when it comes to art but I do think the art of business cards can be elevated. Yes most template designs are terrible but I think designers like Guilherme could further the art form.
Not everyone can afford hire a professional designer to make a card but I do believe a balance can be made between design quality and customization.
Shepard Fairey's work for the Obama campaign was mass produced and sold in a variety of mediums. Does that not make it quality work any more?
For designers to truly be appreciated we have to embrace our business side. You should get paid for your work, in all forms and the more reach you have, the more the rest of the world realizes how good design improves our lives.
Purity of "uniqueness" has never made art more viable and mass production has never reduced art's value.
This is CRAZY MATE :)
Love the colors. So tasty.
almost 2 years ago
I really like your style. Great job!
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2014 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.