This is the second time I've used Dependable Letterpress. Highly recommended!

  • Thomas Vander Wal PRO 9y

    This is a stunning card!

    Care to share the specs? I have forgotten everything I knew about paper years ago.
  • Hyperreality 9y

    Very nicely done! I love the fact that it's been embossed as well!
  • ovalspleen PRO 9y

    what paper did you use?
  • Amie Gillingham PRO 9y

    that's one sexy card! we may have to have our next biz card run done by them as well, cost be damned!
  • Dan Cederholm PRO 9y

    Thanks much peeps!

    Re: embossing -- it's actually a result of the weight of the metal plates being pressed right into the paper. An added bonus as it were.

    Re: paper, it's "Muscletone Medero Beach" by the French Paper Company. It's an extra-thick 140lb. weight stock.
  • Tom Watson PRO 9y

    Oh wow, letterpress. Nice work Dan!
  • Dave Bowker 9y

    wow. very nice. :)
  • Jakub Pelák 9y

    defenetely great!!
  • Kristen 9y

    looks great...and the background is pretty cool as well!
  • röcketman 9y

    I bet if embossing didn't reflect as much as it does in Photoshop, it would be as popular as drop shadow! Really cool card!
  • Ian Muir 9y

    Hey Dan, Congrats on having the most commented Business card on Flickr. :)
  • dotsara PRO 9y

    That looks so cool.
  • Kyle Bradshaw 9y

    Dan, the cards look great! New logo is awesome as well.
  • coreybeaman 9y

    top notch!
  • Elaine Chan 9y

    Great design work!!
  • vidarara 8y

    simply awesome!
  • dailypoetics 8y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Art of the Business Card, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.
  • harpsicello PRO 8y

    so impressive!!
  • James Farrell 7y

    I love it, certainly "simple" anyway
  • Vector Hugo 7y

    Letterpress rocks.
    Hell of a card!
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