20 Best Business Cards for November 2010

For the month of November 2010, we are happy to present our choice in terms of what we think are the best business card designs released during this month. More details about each business card can be found at the authors’ site or from the source. Just click on any of the preview images below and it will take you to another page where you can get more details about the card design.

01-the Wedding boutique
Letterpress business cards by Dingbat Press for the Wedding boutique. This card make use of 110# paper with matching pantone numbers sized at 2×3.5 inches.

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02-Tina Durocher, design + illustration
These cards were designed by Tina for herself and letterpress printed by Dingbat Press. Printed on 110# cotton paper, black ink, with PMS 319 matched edge painting.

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03-White on White Lettra Paper
Kenny’s clean cut KK logo, which he designed himself, speaks strongly, even with the understated white-on-white color palette. The spark of deep red in the centered lens/yin-yang symbol is reiterated in the flash of red edge painting, and in the information printed on the back.

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04-Plastic Surgeon Business Card
Unique twist for a business card. Dr. Hajnal Kiprov demonstrates his services of breast enhancement through two rubber inserts in the card.

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05-Tire Patch Business Card
Got a flat tire? This functional business card doubles as a handy tire patch. Bike enthusiasts won’t be throwing this card away … great card idea!

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06-Vonnda Business Cards
Vonnda’s company business cards

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07-Scratch Off Business Card
“With the special ink, i can erase my phone number and if the client scratch the grey surface all my links an social media nicks appears.”

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08-Embossed White Business Card
GF Smith Duplexed Colorplan consisting of 270gsm Real Grey combined with 270gsm Dark Grey. Features a diffusion foil emboss on the front with embossed white detailing on the reverse.

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09-Logo and business card for L’académie d’excellence linguistique.

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10-Brick business card holder
A custom LEGO business card holder I made for my Etsy shop

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11-Julien Hauchecorne Business Card by Dennis Mallet, DMWORKROOM creative studio
Business cards are printed on two subtle duplexed uncoated smooth paper manufactured by GFSmith to reach 700 gsm and both cards have a deep debossed monogram logo on the front side. The 500 cards are printed on the backside with a diffraction effect foil on a pristine white and ebony black duplexed substrate with a diffraction foil fore-edge printing process on the outside edges.

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12-Field Guided Letterpress business cards by Alyson & Levi

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13-Business cards for Ocular Invasion
Emory Allen is a freelance illustrator currently working out of Minneapolis, MN.

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14-Business Card of a Civil Engineer

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15-Villainy Black Business Card, Gold Edge
These cards designed by Villainy and Associates. The understated typographic design gives the letterpress production value emphasis. It’s simple and pseudo executive – flashy without being too flashy.

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16-Spencer Harrison Business Cards
Letterpressed and typographic business cards for Spencer Harisson.

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17-LetterPress by LetterArt
Letterpress business card, printed on 100% cotton 650 gsm paper by LetterArt Printing Studio in Poland (LetterArt.eu). Simple, beautiful & interesting design.

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18-700GSM business cards

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19-Anna Hamilton-Manns Business Cards
Some really slick personal card for a PR company

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20-Whitespace business cards

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