We don't leave them on silver trays in entry ways anymore, but calling cards are still relevant today. Stuck in wedding presents or with a hostess gift, they're a wonderful touch. And we thought they could use a little touch of whimsy. A combination of old textures, scans and watercolors, they take on a personality all their own.
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Music City has a unique, artistic style associated with it. Our latest job involved recreating that look for a grand opening invitation. The Hilton Garden Inn opened it's doors a couple of months ago and wanted to celebrate their new location in Midtown. So we created a rustic invitation with lot's of texture on recycled paper. And since we love stamps, the return address fit nicely on the back in a red hue. If you're ever in that neighborhood, check out the hand-painted mural in their lobby - it was created by the Hee-Haw set designer!
Grammy's will be putting Americana on the map : That's the headline on USA Today that jumped out at us this morning. "The building blocks of American popular music are moving into their own home." We're so proud to be associated with such a cool group of folks!
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