Marian Bantjes launches new Luxe Project

Designer, artist, writer and typographer Marian Bantjes just launched a limited edition collection of business cards with a personal twist for The MOO Luxe Project. This project will directly benefit her charity of choice: Plan Internationalʼs “Because I am a Girl” campaign.

Her beautifully designed, colorful patterned set of cards is a perfect vehicle for a unique calling card or business card.


This colorful collection is a set of 50 Luxe Business Cards, titled “Stage Set”, designed for personal notes. Cards are blank on the front for hand written messages or doodles, and the backs feature 50 different photographs of Bantjesʼ creations. “We have so much contact information and yet it is both variable and specific — we want to give some information to some people, and other information to others. Whether we’re passing a note to a friend or taking one from them, I thought it would be nice to have something useful and memorable to write those things on. Itʼs a stage on which we set a scene for some action to come,” said Bantjes.


100% of the net proceeds from all orders of “Stage Set” placed between October 7th and November 7th 2013 will go directly to “Because I am a Girl.”


The Luxe Project is an initiative that teams brilliant creatives with Luxe Business Cards by – and helps good causes as well. Each new designer’s collection is showcased for a month, and 100% of net proceeds from sales of that collection during that timeframe will go to the designer’s charity of choice. To date, The Luxe Project has raised over $30,000. Help them raise a little more, and spread some happiness of your own, with a purchase from the Stage Set collection.


The MOO Luxe collection features award winning Mohawk Superfine paper and’s unique Quadplex technology, resulting in the finest digitally printed stationery available.

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