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Australian wedding photographers Still Love like to capture images with a difference. Read how they’ve brought that uniqueness out in their branding for stand-out Luxe stationery.

Designers and typographers take note! These agencies show their business off with MiniCard portfolios and a Postcard competition.

Paul Pateman, an art-director-turned-illustrator and savvy MOO customer, took our Letterhead, and transformed it into a series of beautiful artistic posters he hopes to see hanging in every ad agency in the country.

Aspiring nail artist Ashley harnessed the size and shape of MiniCards to great effect to show off her nail art both on her blog and offline.

Keep your kids occupied in the festive season with some handmade gift ideas - courtesy of some of our most creative MOO mums and dads.

DIGDEEP wanted to change the way people think about water. That’s why they thought hard about the symbolism of their logo – and it looks amazing on Luxe!

Writer and Director James Skerritt’s latest project sees him capturing a daily photo of someone who’s inspired him. Discover how he’s using Square Business Cards to promote it.

Melbourne-based artist Kass Hall has used Printfinity to capture her favourite visual diaries on her Business Cards. Check out the result - a colourful set of cards that really gets her noticed.

Photographer Kristen Schueler was in the market for letterpress quality Business Cards - at a great price. It's a match made in Luxe heaven!

Digital meets traditional as email marketing service MailChimp puts our Letterheads to good use

Find out how Inthefrow's Victoria McGrath used Instagram and Square Business Cards to promote her popular blog and social network offline.

Moving offices is no easy feat – good thing Zipcar managed to find one way to make its transition a little more exciting for their employees.