We are pleased to present you (drum roll): wonderful, charming, unique, amazing, very talented burlesque performer Coco de Chocolat and her business card designed by http://www.zbigniewflakus.pl/ It is great to print such aesthetic jewels as these ones (fanfare / curtain / darkness).
Today we present fairly unusual color - brown. We do not often print such a milk chocolate shade. On the project we have a frame and a blind print. Although blind embossing occupies a large area but is drawn with a thin line to get everything worked well and be good visible. Letterpress generally likes more thin lines than covering large areas such as screen printing.
If you would like to see the railway nails in the sleepers which are 2mm long - we recommend at least a 12x magnifying glass. What one can do to get a similar box with one of such beautiful letterpress examples and not the only one - please feel free to order sth We put our printing experiments printed on our beloved treadle platten press inside each box. Only for our noble customers.
It's probably the brightest color that ever came out of our press. The owner is a chiropractician. Check in dictionary what it means - we had to. On the other side of the bc are further details printed in a darker shade.
Spring is among us. Automatically green also has arrived to our workshop. We take it to the workshop with happiness as after each winter. Card was designed on the basis of: 1. That's my name. 2. I deal with this and that 3. Call or write. One need some more? Don't think so! Cotton paper, handcrafted letterpress printing, 2 color printing plates. Our fully oiled treadle platen printing press deliciously squeak at the thought of another beautiful projects that we will co-create on her.
Among other things, these particular cards can be seen in the one of most watched polish television channel called TVN. Of course - in reality they were printed without the fuzzy data. :) In case you were wondering how to print as much paint on one small area of the letterpress printed business card (using treadle platten press) - without flooding of small parts - hint - business cards was made of two separate printing plates (despite only printing Pantone). Designed by…