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I have decided to make my business cards by hand. Above are a few examples of cards that have been embroided, painted, stamped and dyed to make unique and one off designs. I am going to play around with embroidery and watercolours separately to determine which work best. My main concept is to have a stain of watercolour to one side and use alphabet stamps and ink to add my text details. I think a handmade business card will reflect my style in a fitting way.

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I wanted to simplify my business card as I had started to dislike my previous design and as we are going to print them for the exhibition I fought it was best if I redesigned it sooner rather than later. I am torn between getting the first design printed professionally, or creating them by hand like this example and this one. The second image I have posted is my attempt at creating the basic design for the cards by hand. I would create the final designs by printing the text and information on thick watercolour paper, and then painting on the design(s).

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Cayce Zavaglia

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Following this tutorial, I created this little colouring in action in Flash. I am now in the process of creating one that works with more of a drawing motion rather than ‘click-filling’ (also using my own illustration and not a weird looking person!)

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Today I have been taking photographs of my work for my self directed project in preparation for the book I am going to produce. The book, called ‘A Stitch In Time’ will feature all of my embroidery on photographs, selected research and other development.

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Type and Motion Inspiration (again!)

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Type & Motion Inspiration

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