Brian Flynn-designed business cards to benefit charity

Nov 19 // Brian Szabelski    @brianszabelski

Featured at The Luxe Project by, proceeds will go toward OneSight

Brian Flynn of Super7 has a new project that's just been launched, and it's ... business cards? Yes, indeed: as part The Luxe Project by business card site, Brian has designed some new business cards based off the Super7 Haunted House poster. The Wall to Wail Ghostpaper cards feature Brian's designs on the back and info on the front, but what's better is that as part of the Luxe Project, all the proceeds from sales go toward a charity of the artist's choice. For Brian, that's OneSight, which helps provide vision services to those who might other be too poor to afford things like glasses or eye care. As someone who wears glasses himself, I can get well behind that.

You can pick up the cards in black, blue, green and orange editions at the moment. Prices start at 50 cards for US$34.99. The Luxe cards are a bit thicker than normal cards and printed on Mohawk Superfine paper, so they're not the paper-thin ones you might get for cheaper on other commercial printing sites. What do you guys think of the idea, and are there any artists you'd hope to see take part in the project in the future?

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