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Redesigned atomicvibe business cards!
These were actually printed by Mama's Sauce in 2016, but I never got around to posting them.
The inspiration for these cards comes from the aesthetic of the Atomic Age, an exciting era of major scientific discovery and progress. Art, design, architecture, film, and fashion were all influenced by the promise of a better and brighter future.
These cards are a fusion of past and future; art and science. With their unique shape, extreme thickness, and brilliant fluorescent color, these cards are meant to be attention grabbing and unforgettable.
Print Method: Letterpress + Foil
Finished Size: 2.5" x 2.7"
4 colors front: PMS 805, PMS 324, PMS 432, blind impression
2 colors back: Infinity Silver Foil #12, blind impression
Paper Specs: Pre-duplex French Muscletone Starch White 140C with Neenah Environment Wrought Iron 130C, then post-triplex to Neenah Environment Wrought Iron 130C
Finishing: Custom hexagonal die-cut
PMS 805 is UV-reactive, so the fronts of these cards glow like crazy in black light.
Check the Mama’s Sauce case study!
Attachments for more views.
I'll post pics of the print process tomorrow.