American Express wood redesign by Vincent Viriot

French designer Vincent Viriot and his studio Future Marketry make designs that mostly use Cinema 4D or Illustrator, but are often produced into tangible products. The studio combines design in typography as well as graphic compositions and illustrations. When asked by American Express to reimagine their cards, Viriot made a design in illustrator, which he then sent to a laser cutter. The end results are three three-dimensional creditcards cut from plywood. They were assembled and painted in a way that resembles American Express’ Gold, Green and Platinum cards. The wood is occasionally engraved to create extra details aside from the already incredibly layered artworks.
Future Marketry aims to combine ‘futuristic’ techniques such as 3D printing and laser cutting with old fashion materials and fine art techniques to create innovative products and designs.


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