Screenprint eye-catching business cards

Producing a range of high-quality custom business cards needn't cost the earth. With a little thinking outside the box, it's possible to create a striking card design that stands out - and can be manufactured within your own home, cutting out the cost of professional printers.

This project guides you through the process of creating a set of screenprinted, hand-cut business cards. I chose this aesthetic for several reasons: my work varies from traditional graphic design to painting, drawing, typographic design and illustration - and from digital to analogue - so I wanted a card that would encompass all of this. I also wanted to produce something substantial, printed onto thick board, which would pass on my details and people could keep.

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