Thursday, 21 April 2011

Charles Campbell Bespoke Tailoring identity



TeaCake Design studio created this identity for Charles Campbell Bespoke Tailoring.
Not a lot of people use tailoring services any more. But when they do I guess what they look for is experience and tradition. No better way to communicate both of those with some old school vibe packing identity!



An engraving illustration is used as a logo along with additional symbol that is a straight line (underlining the importance of precision in tailoring). To make it even more unique, special stamps were produced. This means that every business card is actually hand-stamped. This of course cuts the print-shop out of the equation (and no one likes to deal with printers [and I mean both people and machines]) and also makes the initial communication to the client more personal.

Check out more pictures on TeaCake's website: www.teacakedesign.com

16 comments:

  1. I would love to shop at a place with hand stamped business cards.

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  2. Having that special, personal touch really says something about the quality of service you might receive. Great post.

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  3. Gonna visit that website. great post.

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  4. Fuck this I'm out( sssshhhkkkkkkkssssssshhhhhhhhhhhh as my jetpack ignites)

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  5. a hand stamped business card would be dope . .

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  6. Agreed with Raul.
    I'd walk around town rockin' a hand stamped business card.

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  7. This could add a very personal touch to your business I like it.

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  8. wow now thats going up and above!

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  9. thats a good way to make people remember you

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  10. My sister is in graphic design and she does things like this all day. Overall, I dig this blog's style.

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