Opinion by Richard Baird Posted 25 September 2014
A gallery of the most interesting business cards reviewed and published on BP&O. These typically and effectively balance graphic design, material and print finish and often utilise colour, type, form and texture contrast to contribute to a distinctive brand identity. This collection features uncoated and coated papers, edge painted detail, surface embosses, foil finishes, dyed boards, duplex and triplex material processes as well as folds and die cuts.
This post was created as another way to quickly browse through BP&O’s content and get access to older but equally interesting projects through different themes, in this instance business cards. These posts will continue to be expanded upon in the near future and will include menus, logotypes and stationery as well as more business cards under the category The Best of BP&O. This series can be subscribed to here. If you have any suggestions for further topics let me know.
Ritualize designed by Shorthand Studio
Aspira Urval designed by BVD
Skovin designed by Heydays
Mitsuori Architects designed by Hunt & Co.
Echo designed by Trüf
Shaun Ford designed by Savvy
Carin Wilson designed by Studio Alexander
Tamarindo designed by La Tortilleria
Passport designed by Passport
Collective designed by Hey
Fatherly designed by Apartment One
Biju designed by ico
Bec Brittain designed by Lotta Nieminen
Dosatres designed by Comite
Taidehalli designed by Tsto
Adlin Inc. designed by Apartment One
Studio Aves designed by Build
Dadadum designed by Demian Conrad Design
Fort Standard designed by Studio Lin
KVGD designed by Kerr Vernon