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Letter-Dropping: Colin Corcoran Business Cards - T=Colin's rapid rise in demand as a freelancer in the United States required a more formal—yet still highly conceptual—trademark identity. Target audience was ad agencies, design firms, interactive studios and award show judges.

Because freelancers have to play the name-drop game when asked what they’ve been up to lately, we decided to have fun with this unfortunate business reality and take it one step further by “letter-dropping” resume highlights in the form of alphabet flashcards.
Letter-Dropping: Colin Corcoran Business Cards - T=Colin's rapid rise in demand as a freelancer in the United States required a more formal—yet still highly conceptual—trademark identity. Target audience was ad agencies, design firms, interactive studios and award show judges.

Because freelancers have to play the name-drop game when asked what they’ve been up to lately, we decided to have fun with this unfortunate business reality and take it one step further by “letter-dropping” resume highlights in the form of alphabet flashcards.
Letter-Dropping: Colin Corcoran Business Cards - T=Colin's rapid rise in demand as a freelancer in the United States required a more formal—yet still highly conceptual—trademark identity. Target audience was ad agencies, design firms, interactive studios and award show judges.

Because freelancers have to play the name-drop game when asked what they’ve been up to lately, we decided to have fun with this unfortunate business reality and take it one step further by “letter-dropping” resume highlights in the form of alphabet flashcards.
Letter-Dropping Colin Corcoran Business Cards 2012 - Second version of writer, Colin Corcoran's set of 26 business cards. This set was letterpressed.
Letter-Dropping Colin Corcoran Business Cards 2012 - Second version of writer, Colin Corcoran's set of 26 business cards. This set was letterpressed.
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Letter-Dropping Colin Corcoran Business Cards set of 26
Comments (3)
  • Fun cuts and crops! I like the way you've chosen to still match the letters up at very specific points. Keeps it from becoming too completely hectic.

    9 years ago

  • That is pretty cool!

    9 years ago

  • Very nice!

    9 years ago

  • Very nice!

    9 years ago

  • That is pretty cool!

    9 years ago

  • Fun cuts and crops! I like the way you've chosen to still match the letters up at very specific points. Keeps it from becoming too completely hectic.

    9 years ago

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