Droolworthy Business Cards

I’ve had business cards on my mind lately, and there are so many fantastic concepts and designs floating around that I had to gather them up and do a roundup of some of my favorites. Bonus: I’m including a branding concept, too. Not technically a business card, but too cute not to mention. Here we go!


Business Card Design

Shown above, clockwise from the top:

* Business cards for Matteo Gastel by Cacao Design, printed on “pachica” paper, which becomes transparent when heated and embossed. Super cool, huh? – via FPO

* A business card that works like a mini house plant, growing alfalfa or cress when dipped in water. Designed by Jamie Wieck.

* Ultra modern letterpress printed cards, designed by Peter Gaillard and printed by Fresh Impression. Love the teal edge painting!

* Gorgeous die cut and letterpressed business cards for Vale of Enna by Truly Smitten. – via Oh So Beautiful Paper

* Love the light on dark, blind debossing, and metallic ink on the F5 Photography business cards by Device Design.

* A fantastically cute branding concept by Tad Carpenter for Yummo.

* Intricate lace illustration and “embroidered” lettering on Marian Bantjes’ business cards.

* Love the charcoal and yellow palette and aspen illustration on these letterpressed business cards by Dingbat Press for Light + Love Photography.

* More of that cool “pachica” paper on PataPri’s cute business cards.

images from their respective owners

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5 comments on “Droolworthy Business Cards

  1. neli commented //

    I’m in love with the first one.
    Beautifull work!

  2. Tina aka Pfeiffer Photos commented //

    Yes, that first one is pretty darn cool, and the light+love design is clean and nice as well.

  3. Truly Smitten commented //

    Thanks for including our design!

  4. kristen commented //

    Truly Smitten – It was my pleasure!

  5. lanne commented //

    Flicking through my rss and enjoying some paper crave this morning.. and.. ta da.. MY business cards are included. Thank you so much.. Dingbat Press did a beautiful job on making exactly what I wanted and I couldnt recommend them highly enough.

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