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Collectible Business Card No.1

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Rebranding madPotato.de... (experimental)

I'm playing with the idea of developing a set of "collectible business cards" that fit the individual client's / job's style (clients who are interested in graphics design could be handed a more boldly designed card than those how i.e. are interested in web-design).
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this is soooo coooollll......*amaze, and I still waiting the promise for this tutorial. I hope this we can see it soon :), that would be great.

oh, your others Art are soo cooolll too, so i decide to "watching" you, man. learn so many.

thanks.
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gceozeh's avatar
I think the idea of collectible business cards is a great idea!
I do love the design on this one. Colours are great.
Gansqa's avatar
I love this design
Hi. Was wondering if you've had a chance yet to upload any tutorials regarding the process to create those abstract shapes? I am a designer myself, and REALLY interested in knowing how you did that!! REally cool!!
MadPotato's avatar
Hey!
Sadly, I haven't. This is still in the list of things "to do when I finally find the time". Commissioned work is keeping me constantly busy though. But you have my word that there'll eventually be a tutorial on this :)

I don't know about your Photoshop skills, but for now, maybe this'll point you in the right direction: "On a side note: Those abstract forms are no renders but simply Photoshop's Liquify- and Warp-tool used on a snapshot of good old fas[h]ioned grass..."
Hi. Was wondering if you've had a chance yet to upload anything tutorial-like describing the process you went through to create those abstract forms? I am just dying to know how you did that!!
The idea of collectible business cards is briliant ! And the design is awesome of course :)

Congratulations :)
MadPotato's avatar
Cheers - three new collectible cards are about to hit the streets by the way :)
JennaleeAuclair's avatar
WOW! How did you do the graphics!?
MadPotato's avatar
"On a side note: Those abstract forms are no renders but simply Photoshop's Liquify- and Warp-tool used on a snapshot of good old fas[h]ioned grass..."

I never got around to finish the tutorial for this, hope I'll find the time eventually to share the process...
dvanartist's avatar
hey check this one out [link]
coreper's avatar
awesome!
very nice!
kaliko-rosa's avatar
I like the idea of how you're catering different sets of cards for different clients! I never thought of it that way. I always struggled with the idea too. I haven't yet done any branding for my own work, but I always did wonder, how to cater? Go with sleek business colours and risk alienating softer-themed industries (like food, arts, etc) or go more feminine colours, but lose male clients? It's always hair-raising. But this strategy kind of eliminates some of the struggle, since you can carefully cater at least the handouts to your client's business.

I like it!
neneholic's avatar
really nice...with a lot of movement.
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Cheers mate, it always means a lot coming from people like you - great gallery by the way :)
IAKhan's avatar
very nice .. :)
Maxjia's avatar
Love this so much. This is exactly what I was thinking about for my own business card, but wasn't sure if it was too bold or something. Wow this totally convinced me that when it's done well it can go as bold as one want's it.
MadPotato's avatar
I was really worrying about the same thing but I've only received positive feedback so far and -to be honest- I wanted a bold statement that expresses that I'm not your "average, everyday design guy" but someone who thinks out of the box.

Go for it :)
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Thanks I will. :D
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