Few and Far designed these business cards for High Society, a worldwide luxury tattooist.
High Society approached Few and Far for the branding project, including creating the name, brand, print materials and online presence.
“The naming originated from the idea that tattooing is classed as lower class, yet has served the wealthy and the privileged for hundreds of years, including King George V in the 1860s and so has – and always will – service the highest in society,” said Colin Grist, the co-founder of Few and Far studio.
“The snake motif is not only a nod to the backstory of the tattoo artist behind the project but a snake is a traditional tattoo steeped in history and also represents transformation, change and being secretive – perfect for the brand,” Colin explained.
These business cards were printed by Pressision Ltd. on duplexed ‘Plike Green’ 660gsm Colorplan for an extra thick quality feel and complemented with gold foil details front and back by Foil Co.
Designed by Few and Far
Printed by Pressision Ltd
For High Society