The Investigator Set
The Investigator set, printed in a dark green ink, (also available as a calling card only) harkens back to the turn of the century engraver style layout, which utilized the handsome all caps glyphs of the typeface Engravure. The small and large uppercase character combination along with the flexible layout makes this a classy choice for a wide variety of uses. The title on the card and address on the note card uses Sackers Gothic, a modern sans serif engraver style font that accompanies Engravure fantastically and introduces a bit of needed contrast to the card. While all four corners of the card can be utilized for extra contact information, we particularly like a centered company / organization name in the top center. The address on the note card adds some personalization, but can certainly be omitted.
Bulk Order Discounts
If you're ordering for more than one person, bulk order discounts are automatically calculated in your shopping cart. Add multiple orders to your cart and these discounts will apply:
|2 Orders||10% Discount|
|3 - 5 Orders||15% Discount|
|6 - 9 orders||20% Discount|
Adding a Logo?
Our calling cards at Hoban Cards are purposely designed to be minimal and use beautiful typography as their main design element. However, we also help customers customize these templates further with added logos, specific typefaces, or fully custom layouts. If you have your own layout, or need us to help you design one, get in touch for a quote.
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Why Letterpress Printing?
Put simply, letterpress printing is a form of relief printing, where the text or image is on a raised surface, similar to a rubber stamp. Ink is applied to the raised surface and then paper is pressed directly against it to transfer the text/image. Learn More.
Save on Reorders
We create a unique letterpress plate for your order and keep it in our shop in case you want to reorder in the future. Reorders receive 20% off the original price.
See the Action
Our team of three have been printing these simple letterpress cards for over 10 years. As much as we love paper and ink, we equally love our turn-of-the-century letterpresses. See the full video.