Patrick has been designing business cards for kids so parents can set up play-dates. It’s part of a new business card system we’re starting with pre-made designs and colors (shoot us and email: email@example.com if you’re interested). Of course, for kid-business cards, you gotta break out the rainbow roll:
Remember Ben’s teaser post, preparation anticipation ? It turned into this: The shop has been pretty busy the past couple months, here’s a bit of what that side of Swayspace has been up to.
Some pictures from the last ‘Makers Market’ at the Old American Can Factory I decided to branch out from the usual thank you notes, and went with some gold and a lovely purple for my set that day. Here’s the setup for the last card I printed—of course I had to go for ‘howdy’ if [...]
This Sunday from 11am–6pm Swayspace will be participating in The Market at the Old American Can Factory. We will be selling sets of our antique handset Thank You stationery as well as custom-printing-while-you-wait stationery. Set of 6 folded Thank You notes – $15 Set of 20 flat customized notecards – $40 Set of 20 folded custom notecards – [...]
Yes, that’s right, I said dither. and letterpress and four color. Crazy? Yeah, I think I mentioned that too.
Meg on her way to deliver Sarah and Aaron’s wedding invitations:
The chronicle of Cabel Sasser’s design process for his wedding – including letterpress invitations. Lots of folks sharing this with us. Wouldn’t expect anything less from one of the founders of the excellent Panic. We love Coda.