Inspiration: Creative business card designs - Part 1

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Pause Home Entertainment’s iPhone speaker card.

Kol Kid Crayon Business Cards you can draw with.

Tattoo Business Card.

Adrian Tan, Lighting Designer’s Light Card.

Tennis Academy’s business card.

FedEx card that looks like an envelope.

STRIK Creative Concept Control agency’s business cards.

Make Vancouver’s miniature scribble slate.

Six Taste’s edible business cards.

Brothers Landscaping’s turf business cards.

Kyalin’s before and after business card demonstrates the slimming capabilities of the brand.

Framing service business card.

The Littlest Ad Agency’s handmade business card.

Land of Ross’ sunglasses business card.

Land of Ross’ sunglasses business card.

A special business card that doubles as a cheese grater.

Copywriter and Art director duo wanted to have a card that they can hand out to promote themselves as a team, but also wanted to have opportunity to practice their professions individually.

Steve Li Accupuncture’s business cards are laser perforated recycled old cards.

Pure Canadian Gaming Company’s business card.

Rethink Canada designed this Mr. Lube gift and business card that demonstrates what the service is all about. Getting rid of that annoying “change oil” sign.

Also see Part 2 and Part 3.

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Those are all so cool! I love that tattoo idea :smiley:

These are great. I love the tattoo idea and the landscaping. The acupuncture one is really cool, too.

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I can guarantee you these were done in a professional software, most probably InDesign or Illustrator, or in the case of the cheese grater, the layout software for the laser engraver.

As for the designs…That Lighting designer card is pretty ineffective. Not only is it illegible until held up to the light (would you think to do that?) the split after the g in Desig ner is a typo. If it was intentional, it still looks like a typo.

Edible business cards? Not after it’s been your your pocket all day, thanks.

Definitely digging the cheese grater and the landscaper. LOL.

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That’s the card that caught my eye the most. Not because of the solution, but because it would have required totally perfect registration of the printing on the back to that on the front. I can just imagine the pressmen grimacing over that requirement.

Aside from that problem, though, it could be printed on a slightly translucent stock that would eliminate the need to hold it up to the light before noticing the effect.

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