Here’s a fantastic example of creative branding exploration, a minimalist logo strategically placed on a stamp that also function as a keychain.
This logo on a stamp was created by Mike Burton back in 2011 with the main purpose of being a tool to create business cards on the fly, and as you can see by the photos above, it works beautifully.
Here’s an excerpt from Mike’s website:
People love getting a cool business card, but might love it more if they see the process of how it was made. For my card, my mind went to the idea of rubber stamps, however, there is not a convenient way to carry around a rubber stamp with an ink pad without making a big mess. I discussed this idea with my good friend Keith Berger, proprietor of Cranky Pressman. He told me about the Inspector Stamp, a small, metal, self-inking stamp that comes on a keychain.
If you would like to get your own custom logo stamp, just get in touch with the guys at Cranky Pressmen to get your for just $26.