I’m delighted to share with you these cool new business cards designed by BlackStone Studio for South Texas Advertising Group, a local in-house embroidery company. I designed their new logo earlier this year, so I was thrilled when they reached out to me to create their business cards. The best part, they selected one of my favorite materials to print them on, my triple layered cards with a green edge! Check them out above!
BlackStone Studio recently designed a new logo and business stationery for Stephanie Adolph Eugster, a talented local architect. Stephanie was looking for a clean, text-focused logo that would be simple and contemporary. We carried that same look and feel across her letterhead, sketch cards, business cards and mailing stickers. Check out all her custom designed items above!
New Year, New Cards!
We are starting off 2018 with a brand new business card style — Pearl Canvas! With a pearly canvas texture on a thick 35pt cardstock, these cards look and feel amazing! To celebrate, BlackStone Studio is offering a special deal!!! Place a business card print order, in any cardstock or quantity, now through January 31st, 2018 and get a…
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BlackStone Studio recently designed some fresh new business cards and flyers for Freedom Lawn Service, a veteran owned company offering a variety of quality commercial and residential lawn services in San Antonio. Mario Treviño, the owner, wanted something lively, eye-catching and with a patriotic feel. Check out both projects above!
Check out these new items that BlackStone Studio designed for Professor Joe, a local professor who offers on-site and personalized classes for programs like Excel, Access, and Powerpoint. Having launched Professor Joe’s new website a few weeks ago, we wanted to create promotional business cards and flyers that would be consistent with his new branding and design. One of the main elements that we wanted to showcase was the cool caricature, created by a talented local illustrator, Erica Missey, which uniquely presents Professor Joe to prospective students.
There is nothing like the feel of the smooth, crisp surface of a brand new business card. In a digital world, business cards are still very much relevant and useful. When you hand a potential client your card, it makes you look credible, prepared and professional. It also creates a memorable, personal and tangible impression. Choosing the right card stock is important because you want it to represent your business well, and in some cases, you may need it to serve a practical purpose, such as being able to write on it.
Today, I’ve decided to share some quick information on three of BlackStone Studio‘s most popular card stocks in the hopes that it will help you make the right selection on your next set of business card prints.
The Basic Uncoated Cards
They are simple, classic and the most cost-effective option. You can’t go wrong with this traditional choice. Due to its lack of coating, the surface is easy to write on. The one downfall with this card stock is that it doesn’t work well with dark colors. Dark ink near the edges of the card may fray when they get trimmed.
Easy to write on.
Doesn’t work well with dark colors.
The Sleek Matte Cards
With a smooth lamination, these are a stylish and contemporary choice. Everyone loves the satin feel of these cards! Unfortunately, the coating makes it a hard surface to write on since ink will smudge off easily. A great add-on for these cards is Spot UV, which adds a nice glossy contrast on certain areas of the card.
Satin finish and can add Spot UV.
Hard to write on.
The Bold Triple Layered Cards
These are cards three times as thick with a bright colored edge that makes a striking impact! The thick layers not only look great, but they also make the card last longer since they won’t bend as easy as the regular ones. They come with the option of a black, green or red edge. Since they are uncoated, they will be easy to write on, but they will also run the risk of fraying with dark inks close to the surface edge of the cards.
Easy to write on, durable and has a colored edge.
Doesn’t work well with dark colors.