Device’s business card design for BlackPine

As a restorer of dilapidated properties, Dewey Anderson wanted the timeworn feel to return in his branding. This is why design studio Device used the concept to create business cards for Anderson’s company BlackPine Development. They divided their attention equally over the front and back of the card, using black and white as a base. The company’s name is boldly placed in the middle of the card, in classically detailed typography. The gold or bronze framing and further detailing ties the front and back together. Anderson’s information is playfully scattered across the card, surrounded by triangles and lining.  “We created an aesthetic that is reminiscent of early urban development with a crisp new presentation. As if the logo and business card had also been restored from it’s original state.”

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