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OK. To go against my stereotype of a paper hating Web Designer. I have decided to put up some designs I have come across for business cards. I know what you’re probibly thinking “You had to choose the most boring thing going in print“, well that’s where you are wrong. Well mostly anyway. If yours is boring then you might want to have a look at these, then give us a call. 🙂

Ride Qi

Ride Qi

Business card for a new snowboard accessories company. Our first product is a facemask featured prominently on the business card. The model kit idea was meant to draw on the idea that a facemask is an absolute must. No one likes windburn, or goggle tans in the office.

The Royal Chains

The Royal Chains

Multiple choice card for a band, enabling the different band members to identify themselves and the instruments that they play. The interactive nature of the card makes it more likely that they will pick up girls.

Diesel Design

Diesel Design

Each Staff Member/Department is filed with tab in this little packet of standard sized business cards.

D. James Goodwin

D. James Goodwin

Printed on a thick craft stock with two rounded corners to give them a unique look.

IQ Videography

IQ Videography

This card features a blind debossed floral pattern and IQ Videography in black ink on the front and his contact information on the back.

Frederick Van

Frederick Van

The ‘photography by Frederick’ was printed in charcoal and ‘Van’ was done in a deep red which when pressed into the paper provided a nice contrast.

OEIL Photography

OEIL Photography

Business card of OEIL Photography.

Identity Kitchen

Identity Kitchen

Letterpress business card of Identity Kitchen.

Betsy Hammill

Betsy Hammill

City bird or country bird? Betsy needed a versatile card that wouldn’t go out of style. This one changes with its surroundings. And she likes birds.

Nation Toys & Tees

Nation Toys & Tees

These cards were designed for a vinyl toy and apparel boutique. We tried to reflect the same fun and vibrant colour palette along with custom illustration that is used in other materials. The heat stamped silver foil was used to make them standout wherever they land.”

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