Nice work, Thanks for sharing.
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could i have a copy of just the bg of the card by chance?
Just one crit, in future use kerning
e.g. the word DE(gap)SIGN and also DET(gap)AIL.
My boss pointed this out to me on my first day at work 17years ago (sigh). Now you will see bad kerning everywhere.
Hope this helps and keep up the good work
and it will be so much interesting the print system - I imagine some mixed system ... but it's a challenge iF you do it in serigraph it depends .. hahahaha
One thing... with "Graphic design - logos - advertising", doesn't graphic design cover logos and advertising? You might want to nail down a specific category of graphic design, such as "print/web design" or something. Just my opinion, take or leave. Oh, and the CAPS ARE A bit headache-inducing, but that's not important.
Overall, rather nice.
I have some suggestions for your business card.
1. you don't need your logo on both sides (you don't want to overwhelm the viewer)
2. you might want to think about changing it from 'graphic designer' to communication designer (sounds more professional)
3. I personally don't think you need to state 'graphic design, logo, advertising'if its just 'graphic design' or ' communication design' those pretty much encompass all those element so you don't need to clog up that small space with excess type.
4. If you have 'graphic design' under the 'oliver design detail' logo typeI don't think it is 100% necessary to have graphic designer under your name (all depends on how simple you want to go).
5. I sort of agree with the above comments about how the pink wires seem to be out of no where but the contrast in colors is aesthetically pleasing (to me at least)
Other than some minimal layout issue and simplifying it a littleI have to say this is probably one of my favorite cards I have seen as far as this style is concerned.
I'm thinking about it man.... SOUNDS more pro...
I used to reject the title Graphic Designer because I'm not, I'm Editorial Designer (it sounds to me more PRO). But reviewing my lessons and notes and books, I'm Graphic Designer.
You can't say "communication designer" because it means you Design Communication, or do you design the via of communication?? or do you mean a graphic designer is not professional? is for amateurs?
A graphic designer communicates to its audience—hence communication designer.
and yeah, it sounds way better than 'Graphic designer'—(my personal opinion).
nice design, but a few technical hang ups perhaps.
the 3 colors in the 'logo' may muddy when you mass print the cards, because the colors are so close theres a lot of room for them to bleed into each other, the text may drown against the pinstripes too when its printed.
other than that, fucking nice work.