Last week we had the privilege to make up some business cards for the photographer Dinah DiNova. We've been following her career for some time now-we first crossed paths with her when we were living in Portland, Oregon. Her photography ushers forth from a visionary ecstatic lifestyle that cleaves much much more closely to a dream state than most of us can manage. The image of tin cans trailing a newly wed's car comes to mind; she's tied right up by the bumper. Her work runs the gamut from wet plate collodion to pixels and never loses grip. She is a photographer to the very marrow. Her work can be viewed at: http://www.dinahdinova.com and here's an interview with Dinah (also found on her site's "about" page).
The card utilizes the beautiful Unger Fraktur (1793) for her name and Richard Austin's Bell Italic and small caps (1788) for the rest. It is on nice, thick stock---beautiful in the hands.