Even the most creative business card design cannot guarantee your business success, however it is one of those very first things that make a very long lasting impression. So, you shouldn’t miss an opportunity to show your best qualities here, because your business card is much more than just your contact information. It also communicates your company’s values and character.
Never limit your imagination to a plain rectangle! Don’t forget to include some interactivity – people love to play and solve puzzles. [Read more…]
The business cards were letter pressed by hand and stuffed with grass seed. The best thing about them is when you hand one out, the seeds shake and instantly pay off the idea. (Advertising Agency: Struck, USA)
“By following the instructions correctly a decent bloom would have been seen within a week.” (Designed by Jamie Wieck)
If you have stretchy fingers you can make this girl do wonders! (Advertising Agency: Marked for Trade)
Michael Royer is a massage therapist in Toronto. Clients have to loosen the knot to reveal the message.
If you want to see the text on this business card, you have to do a little stretching exercise – it’s like a warm up before going to Poul Nielsen.
A balloon was used as a medium for a visiting card, for Dr.Pramod Niphadkar, a chest physician. In order to read the details of the card, one would have to blow the balloon – an excercise that would determine his/her lung capacity. (Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather , Mumbai, India)
At first, it may seem that they really love you, but then you see that the gray bar beside the message is a scratch-off. Well, at least they are are upfront with their motives. (Designed by Sensus Design Factory)
Notice that there is a contact information on both sides of the business card.
Advertising Agency: Cheil Worldwide, Seoul, Korea
Designed by Deepak Nagar & Nasheet Shadan