Carpenter Rubber-Stamps Business Card Information Onto Wooden Blocks
Inspired by how construction workers scribble notes on pieces of leftover material, Canadian advertising studio WAX has created an attractive, effective and economical business card for cabinet-maker Brad Haniak of BDH Millwork.
Considering the client’s tiny budget, WAX came up with a brilliant solution: to rubber-stamp Haniak’s business card information onto pieces of leftover wood, found in abundance at his carpentry workshop.
The result is a statement-making wooden-block business card—although the 0.25 inches thick card does take up a lot more space than a regular business card, but it will definitely make a lasting impression.
The production costs came up to just CA$40, a bargain by all standards—check out more images of this great business card design below.
[via For Print Only]