Saturday, July 5, 2008

Judy Stone Makeup Artist




I actually printed Jude's cards a few days ago, but hadn't got around to blogging them yet. I used the same stock as I did for Kate Luke's business cards, and probably won't be doing that again. It was a Canson card from memory, and although 300gsm, it's really just too stiff to get a decent impression out of. BFK Rives is a beautiful stock for printing on, but gets damaged too quickly for business cards, so I'm on the lookout for a great new stock.

If you're in the Canberra area and need a makeup artist, Jude's fantastic, so give her a call!

7 comments:

Erin McCall said...

LOVE these. Nice work, and looks great on the easel.

Erin

Ampersand Duck said...

yep, that's top notch work. Good on you.

judes said...

*love these!* can't wait to starT flashing them around :)

anne bryant said...

These are great. I love the mix of modern design with letterpress printing. Have you tried the Crane's Lettra stock? It's made specifically for letterpress.

Poppy Letterpress said...

Thanks guys!

Anne - they don't sell it here in Australia, we'd have to get it imported.

Justin said...

These look amazing.
Did you use a traditional letterpress cut (mag or photo-polymer) for the design?

Poppy Letterpress said...

Thanks Justin. Yes, they're printed from photopolymer plates.