18 Sophisticated White on White Letterpress Business Cards
When it comes to design, less is more. Be it in graphics print design, web design, architecture or interior design, simple designs work best and will never go out of trend. In addition, simple designs give your project a professional, sleek and clean look.
For this particular post, we have put together a collection of 18 clean white on white letterpress business cards. By white on white, we refer to those designs that make use of a white background combined with white ink or blind impression for the types or logo. The logo and types on these business cards were either embossed, knocked out or debossed. As shown in the examples below, the clean and minimal approach used with these designs evokes an overwhelming sense of quality and elegance. Thus, we are sure that by simply looking at these examples, you will be able to get tremendous amount of design inspiration.
Below are 18 examples of white on white letterpress printed business cards that we picked from various sources online. Make sure to visit the original source for each design to view more photos and information by clicking on the preview image.
01-White on White Letterpress by The Hungry Workshop
Printed for Josephmark, this card made use of thick Crane Lettra in Pearl White, 600 GSM. Blind impression combined with white ink was applied to the logo.
02- Glowing Letterpress for Luke Lucas by the Hungry Workshop
These business cards, which have very detailed script-based logo, were letterpress printed on Crane Lettra 600gsm cotton stock using glow-in-the-dark ink. In normal light it appears to be a simple buff-green impression, but when the lights dim the logo illuminates into a glowing green.
03- Gustavo Letterpress Business Cards
Gustavo’s letterpress cards are double sided and feature a blind deboss of “GUSTAVO” on one side and his contact information on the other side. The blind deboss was done with transparent white which makes the paper one shade darker. The paper we used was a heavy 600gsm cotton stock which allows for a suitable impression and is perfect for duplex printing.
04- fFurious Namecard
fFurious adopts a minimalist design approach for its new business card, featuring one-color printing and intricate embossing work. Geometric patterns were used to suggest the various specializations that this agency specializes. These were embossed to create an intriguing, sensory experience which delivers an immediate and lasting impact. The debossed back of the card is further sandwiched with another card to conceal the debossing.
05- Porcelain Tea Parlor Business Card
Inspired by porcelain marks on the bottom of fine china, the logo for Porcelain balances modernity with nostalgia, evoking a sense of luxury and decadence. The logo was letterpress printed in white on 600GSM cotton paper to create a luxurious and tactile business card.
06- White Branding Lab
These business cards for a graphic design studio were letterpress printed with blind debossing for the logos and other typographic details. The eye-popping blue side or edge paints make these business cards really stand out.
07- Joy Branding
These are business cards feature a white foil stamping of the logo on one side, with standard one-color letterpress on the other. These cards use heavy stock of 600 GSM Crane Lettra card, finished off with brand colored edge painting.
08- Business Card for: Vicente García Morillo
These were letterpress printed using white stamping film and one direct color print. Three layers of paper were stuck together to form a very thick stock of 920 GSM.
09- Helga Valdis Business Cards
These cards were printed on Crane Lettra Fluorescent White cotton paper 300 GSM with blind embossing for bold types. Other details on the card were printed using red ink and in small types.
10- Letterpress business cards for Leigh Cameron
These were printed onto 750 micro greyboard using transparent ink polluted with silver and finished with edge painting in Shock green. Designed by Typoretum.
11- Jeff Hodson Milk Business Card
This minimalistic Milk business cards were printed on 220lb Ecru Crane Lettra via letterpress printing.
12- Tricia Nolan – A Producer’s Business Card by Dolce Press
This custom business card were printed on 220lb Lettra (pre-duplexed) using Transparent White / Dark Gray.
13- Garibaldi Photography
Another white on white letterpress printed business card. Printed on a thick cardboard with debossing to create texture and yellow side painting.
14- Letterpress Business Card from China
This letterpress business card was created in China, and it has a very minimalistic design.
15- Rene Tate Photography Letterpress Cards
These cards were printed on Lettra Pearl White using Transparent White ink.
16- A Knockout Business Card by Dolce Press
Printed on 110lb Crane’s Lettra (Fluorescent White), these business cards feature knockout or raised letters via Letterpress.
17- Sue B Photography Letterpress Cards
Blind impressions work best with large type as shown in this example. These cards were letterpress printed on 220lb Crane’s Lettra in the fluorescent white color. Sue’s logo were converted to a blind impression.
18- Letterpress Esvy Cards
The logo on the front of the cards was printed using transparent white, which adds a subtle shading to the printed logo. The text of the knockout in the logo appears to be raised on the paper.