Rabbittown Press business cards, on the finest recycled chipboard hot stamped with silver, white, and red foil.
There’s a dimension of design that doesn’t involve how something looks. What counts is the concept, the involvement of an idea within a context. Ideas can be framed by problems, like the problem of having to make a business card continue to be accurate after a name change. Invoking a subtle nod to the spell check, I think this little hack corrects the problem just fine.