Paper captured the grace and spirituality of each holiday (via foil-stamping, diecutting and embossing) while providing the company’s imprint and allowing the sender to add a personalized message.
These lovely Projacs International holiday cards, designed by Communica Design, are inspired by the symbolism, origin and ritual around the three religious holidays celebrated by the client: the star, a symbol for Christmas; the moon, a symbol for Ramadan, which is observed during the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar; and the square, a symbol for Al-Adha when Muslims go on a pilgrimage to Mecca and pray in circle around the Kaaba, Islam’s holiest site, a cubical monument.
A blind-embossed geometric pattern appears on each card and is created from the individual symbol’s basic shape to form a unique Arabesque. One of the geometric shapes within the Arabesque pattern is diecut to reveal its matching, silver-foil twin on the inside.
The design and production team created greetings that are worthy of their celebrations – elegant in their simple aesthetic, spiritual in their quiet cream and silver palette, masterful in their use of inkless processes, and graceful in their tactile paper selection.