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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Curiously Contoured Business Cards From Here and There

This card for a carpeting concern in Waxahachie, Texas, is shaped like a van.

 Shaped like a brown derby, this card comes from an eponymous version of that storied Hollywood hot spot (which closed in 1980), faithfully replicated at Disney's Hollywood Studios, Orlando.

From a San Mateo, Calif., printery.

An eatery so named in Chicago.

Deckle-edged card from an Atlanta stationery, card and gift business.

A Denver bookbinder's card.

Tag-shaped card from Albany, Calif.

A card with concave corners from a restaurant in San Francisco.

Very unusually shaped card from Minneapolis.

Dog-bone-shaped card for Kimberly Austin's wonderful printery in San Francisco.

Rabbit-shaped card for Louise Baptiste's business in Connecticut.

From a printery in Tonganoxie, Kan.

Card for a press in Houston.

And one for a press in Kansas City.

And yet another press, this one in Charleston.

From a restaurant in Washington, D.C.


3 comments:

  1. This is delightful! Thanks, David, for a summer sojourn. un abrazo, linda gomez

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  2. You such a sweetie, Miss Linda! Thanks for the comment and thanks for looking! David

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