Along with Grunge, Vintage and Retro remains extremely popular in the design community. So it’s no surprise to see Business Cards embrace the theme. So, without further ado, DzinePress presents 40 examples of Vintage and Retro Business Cards.
DesignTutorials4u takes a look at 50 extremely creative and original business cards and design tutorials that really help push the boundaries and show the extent some people go to set themselves apart in this competitive marketplace.
Airopia presents an outstanding collection of 12 high-quality business card templates. Having said that, I can’t see any self-respecting designer using these…unless of course if they’re in traction after a skiing accident and can only use the computer with a pencil in their mouth. Just sayin’.
Sure, many people have business cards, but one in a hundred have something really cool. These unique treasures, cards, items etc. get kept, talked about and usually photographed and shared. This post at SmashingMagazine is an inspiration for all you creatives to step up your game, either by getting things made or by making them yourselves.
FrancescoMugnai has gone to the trouble of scouring the net for this month’s best business Cards (the month ain’t even over). I’m sure you’ll find a few to get the juices flowing.
The grunge style is a great way to give your business or personal brand a little edge, and in today’s economy you need all the weapons you can get! Check out some of these wicked grunge card designs at NextDayFlyers.
Having a beautifully designed business card get have lasting effects on your business. David at InspiredMag for one has a huge collection of business cards that he keeps to build contacts and provide visual inspiration. In this post he is going to focus on typography in business card design.
Having a die cut or “shaped” business card is a great way to make your business cards stand out and unforgettable for the obvious reason that it differs from the regular rectangular business cards of most people and businesses. BestBusinessCards presents an interesting showcase.
GraphicDesignBlog has compiled some amazingly creative business cards which are not highlighting the company logos in a prominent way…not all but most of them. He really appreciates the creative concepts of these business cards, but after all it is the logo which earns recognition and stability for a business.