Finally got my hands on these, and I’m very happy with them.
Set in Basic Commercial
Pantone P172-14 U on P169-1 U
moo.com Luxe cards with black lining
I only got 50, since I’m not very good at handing them out*, and I usually get tired of the design after a while. Let’s see how long they last!
*These ones are considerably more handy-outy than the last.
4 months ago
They look great man, nice work!
Very handy-outy! Good job!
Funny, my boss was asking me to look into these cards for ordering new designs quickly. How are they? I was afraid they might be a convenience-over-quality option.
@Dan Eden @Dennis P Kramer great card but for using that moo cards i have to said that they are horrible quality .. poor numeric quality of print and you can only take 4 cards in you wallet because they are fat ! one card = 3 normal 350 gr cards ! and the normal moo are better print than these ones.. look that video i made.. sorry it's french language but only see ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_b70Iv8pLsU
Got any close-up shots? Really curious to see how well the smaller type came out.
@Alex Pankratov here’s a close up of the text. Came out great, IMO. The tools came out a little bit jagged for my taste. I’ll have to get Emily to glance over them; she’s much more in tune with the world of fine print than me.
@❌ BEΔSTY DESIGN they are CRAZY thick (600gsm!) but I like the weight, and it’s worth the bulk for that lining. Print came out fine, too.
I also got mine from moo.com. Ordering 50 is a good idea because it can be within a week that you come up with a new idea. Hope they serve you well!
You sir, are awesome.
Looks great. Love the simplicity.
So tasty. Probably easier than handing out actual hammers.
3 months ago
@Dan Eden lovely work!
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