Beecher Town Gifts & Crafts Business Card

A well trafficked country store needed a business card. I created this using various stock photography, selected specifically to give them and rustic-yet-professional feel. Simple typesetting in a western style font, and a little bow because they sell lots of items for gifts. Printed August 2007.

The Finisher Business Card

Woodworker and handyman needed a business card to hand out to clients, something simple and distinguished that gave a flavor to what he offers. Created August 2007.

Smoky Mountain Design Flyer and Hangtags

To launch their new line of outdoor furniture, Smoky Mountain Design needed hangtags and flyers. A photo shoot provided the pictures of the furniture pieces and some background texture for the hangtags, which were produced as business card sized for printing simplicity. Displayed at outdoor centers and through regional shows, the printed materials helped customers…

Moonbeam Jewelry Business Card

Carol Eder-Smith, amazingly talented silversmith, wanted a simply stunning business card to display in her jewelry case that reflected her style. I photo edited a picture of an incredible necklace, overlaid it onto a simple striped background, and typeset her information in the color reflective of her jewelry. Created September 2005.

Silver Cloud Jewelry Business Card and Display Card

Mercedes Krider, a talented silversmith, needed a business card. I did her one better, by making that card fold, and leaving room for the gallery required price tags, to become display cards for her delightfully delicate silver earrings. Now every customer takes her information home with them, and it saves her the cost of printing…

Artemisia Gallery Redesign

Kim Dills, owner of Artemisia Gallery, came to me with a logo that almost worked. She liked the form, but it failed to really convey what the gallery was about. She wanted the logo updated and two business cards, one for herself and the other for her managing partner. I arranged a photo shoot at…

Matrix Business Card

Kelly Prestwood, Blacksmith, needed business cards and hang tags to go along with his iron work creations. I used his handwriting for a “logo” and showcased his fantastic twisted metal forms on the cards. Finished September 2004.