murmure: concrete business card
 
murmure: concrete business card murmure: concrete business card
apr 25, 2012

murmure: concrete business card

 

 

french design studio murmure designed these concrete business cards for themselves.

 

‘playing with the notion of scale, we created a set of business cards made of concrete. this material, so characteristic of our environment, was enhanced by using the smallest and most refined communication support. the refinement and the technique required for the typography highlight the harshness and the roughness of the used material.’  – murmure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • @ andy
    murmure not murmune.

    which stands for in french:
    mur = wall
    murmure = whisper

    😉

    buzzoff says:
  • the correct spelling is also kinda on the business card

    g says:
  • @buzzoff

    should be correct now, thanks.

    andy says:
  • I love the creative design. And having your business cards on a mini pallet makes it even better.

    CreativePile.com says:
  • Very original and beautiful! I wish i could have one too.
    Congratulations!

    né santelmo says:
  • What do you suppose was used for the white lettering?

    Panettone says:

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