Custom Business Cards | Kerplunc

I recently completed a brand new set of business cards for a small Calgary, Alberta Canada-based company that does web design, development and hosting called Kerplunc.  If you’re interested in checking out some of the stuff that Matt Hall and his business partner, Nick, are up to at Kerplunc, they operate two blogs: Resource Pile and Exploding Wumpus.  If you are in need of web hosting, check out their hosting sites SuperBytes and Fanatical Host.  I had mentioned in a previous post that a new site for is in the mix, and I may have to contact Matt about helping me out with it as soon as I figure out exactly what I want.
Matt discovered Twin Ravens Press through our Etsy shop, where he purchased one of our Robot Heart cards for his girlfriend (Awww…).  Shortly after, he placed an order for these custom cards:
I really like the design of the cards – they are really simple and clean and incorporate the red K Logo on one side that Matt already had for his company, and simple, black informational text on the back.  I love how much space Matt chose to leave on the cards – that way if he or the client or potential client need to write something down, they already have space to do it.  These cards were printed on Crane Lettra’s 100% cotton letterpress paper in Bright White.  The softness of this paper left a really great tactile impression for the letterpress work – particularly that raised, white, unprinted K from the logo (check out the close-up photo of it at the top).  Thanks so much, Matt!
If you’re looking into the possibility of ordering new business cards for your business, please don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected]  We would love to work with you!
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  1. […] worked for Kerplunc.  You can see the cards we created for Nick and his partner Matt back then here.  I was super-excited when Nick contacted us again recently though to create cards for his new web […]

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