King Solutions / Business Cards

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  1. Tommy Perez Tommy Perez

    I love how these cards turned out. These guys were offset printed on uncoated paper with a foil stamp on the crown and triangle pattern (front and back). Then the crown and select triangles were debossed, which in turn made them embossed on the back.

    And every employee got all 3 colors!

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    8 months ago

  2. Bob Ewing Bob Ewing

    So they were blind embossed after printing?

    8 months ago

  3. Christopher Michon Christopher Michon

    This is bonkers. Great work Tommy.

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    8 months ago

  4. Tommy Perez Tommy Perez

    @Bob Ewing Yup. The process was pretty crazy. We printed all of them cards, then ran them though the foil stamper, and then ran them through again to deboss them.

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    8 months ago

  5. NATHAN | STATON NATHAN | STATON

    This is be X rated for designers! Great work!

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    8 months ago

  6. Bob Ewing Bob Ewing

    Awesome, they turned out super rad!

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    8 months ago

  7. Tommy Perez Tommy Perez

    Thanks guys! @Bob Ewing @Christopher Michon @NATHAN | STATON

    8 months ago

  8. Jacob Rosenburg Jacob Rosenburg

    These are great, the embossing just takes it to another level. You could say they are fit *puts on sunglasses* for a king.

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    8 months ago

  9. Tommy Perez Tommy Perez

    @Jacob Rosenburg Haha! Thanks dude!

    7 months ago

  10. Elastika Elastika

    a lot of great work and much inspiration. Love them and the idea. The mark is much awsome too.

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    7 months ago

  11. Jon McClure Jon McClure

    Great mix / use of printing processes, really makes this card!

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    4 months ago

  12. Tommy Perez Tommy Perez

    @Jon McClure Thanks!

    4 months ago

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