Our Belvedere invitation is traditionally rather formal — printed with a graphite ink and a blind impression for a bold but stark feel. But Maura and Matthew wanted something a little more playful and a touch more Downton Abbey. So we swapped out the Mrs Eaves text and Burgues Script for the more lighthearted combo of Carlton and Parfumerie, punched up the color with two shades of lavender, and opted for a prim and proper flourish motif.
Another awesome duplexed card. This one's for interior design firm, MA Allen Interiors. We actually printed wedding invitations for the firm's founder back in 2010, and she came back to us for business cards after opening her Raleigh firm.
On the front we've got gold foil on 30pt black museum board — and on the back, the same gold foil on our pearl white 300g (21pt) house cotton paper.
These cards, printed for Los Angeles cycling studio BESPOKE, are printed on thick 600g Fluorescent White paper with tinted white on the front and two inks on the back. We finished them with a bright orange-red to match the ink.
A couple shots of BESPOKE's LA studio:
This round was by far the most ambitious. For the front we printed fluorescent pink letterpress ink and gold satin foil on 30pt white museum board. For the back we used the same satin foil on Astrobrights Fuchsia. Then we duplexed, trimmed, and finished the cards with gold edge paint.
Perhaps you've seen some of Chad Martin's design work on this very site in the past (here, here, here, or maybe here). For this set, we printed cards for Nequette Architecture & Design along with some similar cards for Chad's company, The G Brand.
These mini 1.75" x 3" cards feature gold ink on 30pt black museum board.
Check out her work below, and if you don't get too distracted by the cakes, scroll down to see the awesome duplexed letterpress + holographic foil business cards we printed for her.