Asena Dirik designed these business cards for Inceminare Stone and Wood Works Museum. It was built in 1258-1279 during the reign of Seljuk Sultan İzzeddin Keykâvus and was opened as a museum in 1956.
The museum exhibits stone and wooden works belonging to the Beylik, Seljuk and Ottoman Periods.
The design was part of the designing work carried out for the institutional of the Stone and Wooden Works Museum.
“For the logo design, it was created in the form of a corporate structure considering the institutional structure,” Asena said.
Explaining more about the colour palette, she continued, “Turquoise is used in the selection of colours to match the building with the city colour.”
These business cards were printed by Aybil Digital Printing Center on 400 gr paper stock with a size of 8.4×5.2 cm; double sided colour printing with matt cellophane coating.
Designed by Asena Dirik
Printed by Aybil Digital Printing Center
For Inceminare Stone and Wood Works Museum