I made business cards. - Maurine Dashney
I indulged in some craftiness recently when I decided to make…business cards! Well, they’re kind of business cards. They’re really just “blog cards” in the sense that they give people the info I usually spout out when telling people about my blog. So they’re pretty simple and don’t have the typical business card-like info on them. But I quite like them 🙂 I got the idea from a tutorial by Pugly Pixel, which involves stamping glassine envelopes with a customizable stamp and then filling the…
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lunchtime talks / klaus birk - typo/graphic posters
lunchtime talks are a series of public expert lectures, organised by the media design department at dhbw ravensburg, germany since 2011. everyone is invited to come and bring delicious lunch, while the speakers provide food for thought. guests so far included ken garland, ruedi baur, jost hochuli, nic bourquin, karin schmidt-friderichs, russ bestley, dafi kühne, catherine berger and many others … as a design response and tribute, students design individual posters in relation to the guest’s…