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Another set of letterpress calling cards, these were done the Kathryn of Della Carta Calligraphy. You can get yourself a set of your own letterpress calligraphy calling cards and I’ll layout and add your email or phone number and print them on our lovely flatbed cylinder press!

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These letterpress business card designs are from the proofing Round II for Alfred & Emma of Alfred Salom Photograpy. The first round of designs and concept was a good starting point for birds in flight, however Emma wanted to push the designs a little more and explore a few repeating pattern options in addition to what we had previously hashed out. The silver/grey got tweaked a little more this round in saturation to add a punch when letterpress printed. All business card orders receive complementary design services that are built right into the price, something not all printers offer with their pricing packages. Of course you can submit your own files as well, but this is a great incentive to update your identity/brand at a fraction of the cost. Some of my clients start from scratch, others come to me with a …

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These letterpress calling cards shipped out this week to Joy and are a great way to get some simple contact cards in a small print run. Kathryn of Della Carta Calligraphy penns your name in calligraphy and then gives you the digital high-res file. Kathryn penned my name awhile back and I’ve already blazed through my first set of 50! Sold as a set of 50 (you can get more if you’d like), they are letterpress printed 1 color on 110#/300 GSM paper and packed in a sturdy ClearBox for safe keeping in your purse, pocket or bag.

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Michelle is a translator in Singapore and came to me in need of a letterpress business card to use with her services offered for translation in both traditional and simple Chinese. She wanted the cards to look professional, and reflect the quality work she had to offer. Requirements were that she didn’t want it to be too girly (ie, too much flowers) with simple typography, script for the name and possibly a monogram. Color schemes she wanted to explore were pink/brown and latte/brown. Below are the proofs for the first round!

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