we have released the new pictures of our Hand-Printed Christmas Cards , they are hand-fed one by one into our antique Golding printing press. Each color needs to be printed separately, so although the outcome is something special that you can feel on your fingertips making it stand out from digitally printed cards, there is a lot of love that goes into the creation of each card, from the initial idea, sketches, the color mixing, paper preparation, printing, cutting, folding and packing. But, we love it and that is why we are here. We are printing short runs of these cards (300 for each design) so the lucky recipient will be delighted to receive what is essentially, a limited addition piece of art on finest quality paper.
We have already added the Christmas letterpress cards to our online shop, but this post is for you the kikisoso blog subscribers to keep you up to date with kikisoso product news. There are currently two different ranges, the ‘faces’ collection and the ‘Snowy’ collection and there are three beautiful simple designs in each range. We may get a further few designs (which we have almost ready to) go out next week so ‘watch this space’
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we sent David Airey a stack of edge painted business cards a few weeks back and he was delighted. David Is a very well known Graphic Designer and Author ( logo design love + Work for Money, Design for Love ) and is also the editor of three of the most popular design blogs on the Internet attracting hundreds of thousands of subscribers and more than 600K visitors every month.
David Airey’s own design – We gave the cards a deeper impression as we were working with 600gsm cards
Soft and thick Gmund Linen 600gsm card – Ideal for edge painting
You can catch up with David’s comments on the cards on his own blog here or any of his other blogs: logodesignlove.com, and identitydesigned.com
and you can see more examples of edge painted cards here