With over 60 craft beers on tap, St. Augustines has a beer to suit any mood. Which is why the business cards had to have just as much peronality. Printed on roughly cut craft paper, with the logo letterpressed in and a sticker with content on it. The owner was then asked to fill in their cards with whatever their favourite brew at the time was.
Being a premium brand, Tease Hair Studio needed a business card to reflect this. Cards produced on a thick and rich black stock, using a white foil, letterpressing the content into it.
Two, 130lb stock cards duplexed together with edges dyed orange. Logo reverse letterpressed out, this made the logo pop out of card instead of the traditional sinking in letterpressing is known for.
Content was printed on the back side of model turf paper. Logo was then branded into the grass side of the card giving it a trimmed lawn look.
Dilly Dally is a childrens brand centred around the imagination. The business cards embodied this perfectly by becoming toys themselves. Also, who uses letterheads anymore? Much better to be used as paper airplanes!
Cards made for an organic baby food company. Slightly smaller than expected format. Bottom brand element lazer cut out of matte, 130lb stock.