Best of the Web: Business Cards
Business cards can be an important part of your company’s branding. They bear essential information about a company or individual. Business card usually includes name, logo and contact information like street addresses, telephone numbers (stationery and mobile), fax number, email address and website (if the company or individual has one).
In the past business cards were pretty simple, usually just a black text on a simple white background. Today profesionally designed business cards reflect the branding of the company so they usually include at least a logo and some other aspects of striking visual design that reflects company’s general branding.
I have gathered some of the best business cards that I found on various sites across the web. They all offer an amazing approach to business card design and they provide something that is in my opinion of greatest importance. They will definitely catch the eye of your potention customers and that is exactly what a good business card is supposed to do.
Hopefully some of the designs below will inspire you in your creations.
This lovely letterpress business card was designed and printed for documentary wedding photographer Ann-Kathrin Koch. A really innovative design.
Dreamten Studios is the design studio of Philip Lester, a designer / developer with a passion for creating awesome websites, brands, and print work as well as providing excellent service to his customers.
Truely fresh and innovative design, business card is on casette that is carefully placed in a casette holder.
Orderin Business Cards
A crunchy design for your restaurant.
A dark and elegant design, perfect for any company that does web design.
Beautifully designed card in dark grey and blue color variation.
Business card for a talented painter and visual artist.
This creative designer business card is designed with an interesting brush stroke and font use.
I Prefer Dogs Business Card
A simple and elegant dark font and icon of a dog on a subtle yellow background.
This business card features a combination of wood and metal, exactly what a carpenter uses.