his behance is at be.net/danielgonzalez
Another card 🙂
That is NOT his real contact info, for obvious reasons.
The back is actually going to be a partial UV spot gloss, but here’s a composite example showcasing what sort of almost looks like:
We shared our gifts early, and now I can share mine to Robin with you early 🙂
For her Christmas present I took a page out of my buddy’s book and made her a brand. Business cards, personal web-portfolio-resume-thing, customized laptop, and a very special Robin at robinkurachik dot com email address. Here’s the business cards:
Way more pictures after the link, including a customized laptop
It’s easier to ask forgiveness than permission, so I went ahead and redid the Miercom business card. The shaded ethernet logo is actually a UV spot map (i.e. partial gloss) which you’ll see in the actual photo. I overlaid it just to give a good conceptual image.
Here’s the back:
And for example:
Click the link for photos and more:
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Gosh I love star wars.
In honor of SWTOR early launch tomorrow, I whipped this up. If you want to print out a copy to gift/hang or whatever as a lot of people seem to want, I made a full 300 dpi pdf
There’s a black border above and below, when printing I would trim it (Kinkos has great cutters for anyone to use, free of charge). Also, Kinkos will print a pretty decent quality heavy gloss (try to get 10pt) relatively cheap. If you want to print it bigger, let me know in the comments. If enough people are interested I’ll redo it from the vector backing for a 24×36″ poster size or something. I DO NOT OWN ANYTHING STAR WARS COPYRIGHT RELATED. I WILL NOT CHARGE ANYTHING FOR THIS. I am also not accepting donations for this piece. If you have lots of gratitude, please leave a comment and show me some love, or email me at avi at avinasharora dot com, or use my contact form, or whatever.
I was recently approached to help do some logo design. It was for a friend, so I did free of charge (permitting he’d allow me to post it on my website)
Here’s the original doodle he sent me, his wife was actually the doodler.
I’ll skip all the version stuff because nobody really wants to see it except him and I. Here are a bunch of color swatches he asked for on the final version(s). The last two are an alternate version for a green initiative. I enjoyed this a lot, mostly because of who I was working with but also because the underlying reasons and motivations were very similar to another project I’ve been working on. Also, I like curvy things.
Click the link for the finals:
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Those are nooses, not light bulbs.
Seriously Android, you need to make this a standard. It’s annoying as turd, and this is coming from an Android fan-boy. Pick one, and enforce it.
Also, pick an aspect ratio, and stick to it as well. I love the options but having too much freedom makes it damn annoying to develop/design for, not including the branding disassociation.
I did the logo design as well (which appears on the back), but that was a separate project and, in internet terms, ancient history.
Also, I realized I should probably be watermarking my images and not putting ultra high resolution versions up on the internet.
Anywho, some card-age!