Hand-stamping some business cards. It takes time, but it's worth it for the personal feel and every card ends up a little different.
When I'm able to take some decent photos of it I'll get up some images of my branding, which I've had done for a few months now! I'll have to get on it! #nonphotographerproblems
10 months ago
beautiful! i love the different ink levels
are you using your personal logo-type at all on those bad boys? btw, they came out awesome.
Very classy bud.
These are so lovely, Joseph - beautiful work! :)
hot mama. what kind of stock are you stamping these on? It looks nice and toothy.
Thanks @Ksenia! I am sure I've said this before, but your work is amazing!
Thanks @Stephanie! Yep, I ink the stamp every 3-4 hits, so the first one is really saturated, and the last is a bit faded! haha
@Colin I'm glad you haven't decided to never speak to me again after I completely forgot your wedding ;-P Yeah, the logotype is on the front; I've been having a difficult time trying to get good pictures of it, though, with my little point-and-shoot; I may have to borrow a friend's SLR for branding collateral photos!
Thanks @Michael! =)
Thanks @Virginia! :-)
@Adam Thanks man, it's French Paper Co. Muscletone; I don't recall the weight off the top of my head, I will have to check!
Thanks @Jonas! Speaking of stamps, your stamp here is one of the coolest things I've seen on Dribbble!
Thx bud, very happy to hear that!
nonsense. nothing a smart phone, natural lighting and a little editing can't do. this is a great shot.
very nice Joe!
Looks great Joseph!
Thanks @Luke, @Neil, @Evan! You guys are great.
@Colin Lighting's my problem! I have been trying to think of ways to fix it, but it's always too bright (sharp shadows, washed out, glare). Hang up white sheets over all the windows to diffuse it? haha
i take my shots right before the sun goes down.
This is awesome!
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