Lawyer creates his and hers business card

Lawyer creates his and hers business card

03 March 2012 By Lawyers Weekly

A Canadian divorce lawyer, James Mahon, has truly captured the concept of divorce with a "his and hers" business card design.According to Above the Law, Mahon ha

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A Canadian divorce lawyer, James Mahon, has truly captured the concept of divorce with a "his and hers" business card design.

According to Above the Law, Mahon has come to terms with the small amount of space to work with on a business card by breaking his design into two equal pieces - presenting his contact details on one side of the card for the male in a divorce, and again on the other side of the card for the female.

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The agency that came up with the design said on the blog, How did you come up with it? that they "started exploring different visual solutions for the concept of divorce".

"It wasn't long before the idea of splitting and dividing started working its way into the card," the design company siad.

Folklaw isn't sure whether divorcing couples should be seeing the same lawyer but at least this lawyer's card was split equally.

Lawyer creates his and hers business card
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