CHEVAL MECHANICAL

Supplying crisp, clean business cards to a company that supplies NZ with crisp, clean air

Cheval Mechanical specialise in installing air conditioning and heat ventilation systems to NZ homes. They approached White Rabbit to design and print business cards that they would be proud to handover.

A solution for modern, minimal business cards in NZ

Cheval Mechanical came to White Rabbit with a logo and a great desire for some minimal, clean and simple business cards. NZ has an array of templated, cheap and generic business card sites. However, our client knew they wanted a more bespoke design that they wouldn’t receive from one of these types of businesses.

They trusted us to deliver a business card that adhered to those values. We achieved this through the use of white space and modern, minimal design. The resulting business cards are a perfect example of how collaboration and mutual trust can help to create something really elegant.

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A collision of beauty and brand

Through the use of clean design, simple icons, and a modern geometric typeface – we created a business card that is just as satisfying to their prospects as feeling the blast from an air conditioning unit on a hot NZ summer’s day.

Our goal with all of our projects is to connect customers to the brand. The colours were pulled through from Cheval Mechanical’s existing logo to create a strong, cohesive addition to their brand.

Our beautifully designed and printed business cards help NZ businesses do more business all over the country.

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Printing perfection

We helped Cheval Mechanical make their mark by printing business cards that radiate quality. They were printed on a 350gsm card stock and finished with a double-sided, matt lamination. This smooth finish provided a tactile solution to maximise their potential.

With their minimalist design and quality printing, Cheval Mechanical's business card not only exudes class and style but is sure to stay at the top of the pile.

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