Invi­ta­ti­on Cards

A pro­ject by Ate­lier Karasin­ski


»Now this is not the end. It is not even the begin­ning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the begin­ning.«

In Janu­a­ry 2014 we had the plea­su­re to design retro-like invi­ta­ti­on cards for our dear cli­ent & fri­end Phil­lip who will soon move to New York City. We deci­ded to keep it clas­sy but color­ful with our hand­ma­de, let­ter­pres­sed 600g cards by Herz&Co who prin­ted and deli­ve­r­ed our design in super-duper-fast-space-time (thanks again).

Adi­tio­nal­ly, we orde­red matching enve­lo­pes and wro­te over 150 adres­ses by hand on each one. © 2014

Cli­ent: Phil­lip Sul­ke
Design: Lau­ra Karasin­ski
Print: Herz & Co

Ate­lier Karasin­ski

Lau­ra Karasin­ski, also known as © house­ma­ed­chen is a polish blood born desi­gner, based in Vien­na, Aus­tria, Euro­pe. In June 2012 she foun­ded Ate­lier Karasin­ski, her own agen­cy & stu­dio whe­re she con­cep­tua­li­zes logos, cor­po­ra­te and brand iden­ti­ties, direc­ts arts & rea­li­zes stuff. She does pho­to­gra­phy as well as event and packa­ging design.
Her diver­se ros­ter of cli­ents fea­ture Ströck Brot (Vien­nese) Bak­e­ry, André Hel­ler, Red Bull, Sony & War­ner Music Enter­tain­ment, Volks­gar­ten, Baben­ber­ger & Alber­ti­na Pas­sa­ge and diver­se clubs around Vien­na, Left Boy and James Her­sey.

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