Mead Quin Business Cards

Minimalism and Style

These luxurious business cards were printed for interior designer Mead Quin and her staff. One version had one side featuring a blind emboss, a process which involves both a die and a counter die to create the raised impression. The other side was printed using two color letterpress. On the other version, die cut corners were employed, along with the finest letterpress detail of her minimalist logo. Sometimes the most understated stationery speaks the loudest, and in this case, we think that’s very true.

Processes Used

Letterpress, Die Cutting, Duplexing, Embossing

Materials Used

Crane's Lettra

Printed On

1967 Heidelberg Windmill

Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia there live the blind texts.