Design agency CATACI is launching an online platform for business cards templates, students are welcome to join this open call and win 150€!
Design agency cataci.com works between Japanese clients and European designers. As part of a bigger project for Japan’s largest printing company, Cataci is looking for graphic designers for a project by Vanfu, one of the largest printing companies in Japan. They will launch an online platform where its users can download design templates for business cards. They will work with various designers – domestic/international designers and illustrators, and also some students.
Your mission is to create “templates” for business cards.
So we are looking for talented students – ideally students who already have some work experience.
– We would like you to design 3 different types of business cards (all 3 cards have their backsides as well).
– It can be black&white, or with colors.
– You are free to choose any themes, but we prefer to have something not too simple – not just font and layout – but with illustration or some graphic in the background.
– The size of the 3 different cards will be like this: 1) 55x91mm, 2) 60x60mm, 3) 28x70mm.
– Please create the 3 cards by using the following example (in case there is not enough space, possible to remove some information):
Company name:Vanfu Inc.
Name: Ayumi Suzuki
Address: 2-29 Shimomiyabi-Cho Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03 5279 8212
Mobile: 070 9876 5411
*The above info is only an example in order to create a template, and you are not designing a business card for this particular person.
– Submit the data in the Adobe illustration format.
You can apply via mail to Tadafumi Aoza < firstname.lastname@example.org >
Before May 8th, 2017
The winners will be announced by May 12, 2017.
The winning students (it can be 1 winner or more winners – up to 10 winners – depending on the result) will receive 150 EUR and also get their name and profile visible on the platform along with other international designers. The winning student (s) are likely to be asked to do more collaboration in the future for the update of the templates.
Tadafumi Aoza <email@example.com>
3-21-5 Akasaka, Minatoku, Tokyo 107-0052 JAPAN.