Bucket of Squash

Work Update: Lauren M. Hughes Business Cards

 

 

Last year I worked on a rebrand and website redesign for writer Lauren M. Hughes. I also made business cards for her at the time, but I finally got around to photographing them and wanted to share them. The cards were printed on a double thick black card stock and utilized white screen printing and gold foil. They were impeccably printed by the wonderful Mama’s Sauce. This was my second time working with these guys and they truly are the best.

 

 

 

8 comments

  1. Victoria | Oh So Pretty says: March 26, 201412:02 pm

    Ahh, I love it, Rashi! The contrast with the white / gold and black cardstock looks so good!

    • Rashi says: March 26, 20146:29 pm

      Thanks, Victoria! I feel like it always pays off when the client is willing to pull out all the stops with printing.

  2. Angel Y. says: March 26, 20143:15 pm

    These look amazing! I can’t wait to screen print some fun things with Mama’s Sauce on Friday night for a workshop. You’ve definitely re-inspired me to get in touch with them.

    • Rashi says: March 26, 20146:30 pm

      Oh, you should definitely contact them to get your stuff printed. I’ve worked with them a few times now and each time they blow me away with their craftsmanship

  3. Kaitlyn says: March 26, 20146:14 pm

    Gorgeous as always! The type-write like circles are just darling. So clever!

    • Rashi says: March 26, 20146:33 pm

      Thank you, Kaitlyn! The client inherited a fancy typewriter from her grandfather when she was younger that fostered her love of writing, so it was fun to do a business card that had a dash of nostalgia for the client.

  4. Kelly Brito says: March 27, 201412:15 pm

    Wow, just perfect! The gold and black always look well, but you mastered it! Clean, to the point, beautiful!

  5. Miami Printing says: March 30, 201410:22 pm

    Great design and color selection! Very creative and simple business cards.

Submit comment