LONDON & PROVIDENCE, R.I.--(Well-known in the designer toy arena, Brian Flynn of Super7 has created a limited edition collection of business cards for The Luxe Project by MOO.COM. The Super7 collection is titled Wall to Wail Ghostpapers.)--
Wall to Wail Ghostpapers feature five different custom designed patterns on the backs of the cards. Flynn designed these patterns based on what he imagined the wallpapers might look like inside his popular Super7 posters, Haunted House and Secret Hideout. The patterns appear to be simply beautiful designs at first glance; closer examination reveals the Super7 edge that has garnered a cult-following. Wall to Wail Ghostpapers is available in four colors, black, orange, green and blue.
The fronts of the business cards are completely customizable for anyone who wants to have Super7 cards of their own. Part of the Luxe Business Card product line by MOO, these are the thickest business cards available (32 pt.) and are produced on Mohawk Superfine. As with any Luxe Business Cards, the Super7 collection can be ordered with an optional seam of color sandwiched in the middle of the cards — black, red, blue or white.
The mission of The Luxe Project is to help good causes, one designer at a time. Each month MOO invites a well-known artist to create a business card collection for charity. For the month that each collection is featured, 100% of the net proceeds will go to that designer’s charity of Choice. Flynn’s charity is OneSight, a family of charitable vision care programs dedicated to improving vision through outreach, research and education.
The Luxe Project has raised over $20,000 this year for the following designers and their charities: Michael Osborne for Joey’s Corner, Dan Rubin for The Harmony Foundation, Katie Barcelona for GVI, Sean Adams for The Art Center College of Design, and Helen Friel for Battersea Home for Dogs & Cats.
MOO is an award-winning online print business that is passionate about great design and the difference it can make to its customers and the world. Launched in 2006, MOO aims to disrupt the $100 billion global print industry by combining the values of professional design with accessibility and reach of the web; making great design available to all. By applying Web 2.0 principles to a 500-year-old market, MOO has become one of the fastest-growing print businesses in the world, with triple-digit annual growth and a global reach since launch. MOO prints millions of cards a month and has served customers in over 180 countries. MOO also empowers companies of 10 or more employees with MOO Business Services, offering volume discounts and easy order management for entire organizations. For more information, visit www.moo.com.