Time flies… So here, once again, is our top business card picks for the month of November 2011. We hope that by scouring the web and choosing the most eye catching and intriguing business card designs, we will be able to keep you inspired. Just by looking at these business cards, surely you will be able to get new ideas and create better and improved versions of these designs.
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01-Let’s make your hair look good
A business card for a hairdresser.
02-CHITRA artisan confectioner
The business cards feature a pattern used on the packaging of the chocolates. The personal information goes on the sticker which wraps around to the back, where you can find the general shop information. The sides of the card are painted with colors that match the pattern.
03-Networking Letterpress Business Card
A business card design focused around connectivity for a networking engineer. The final card is in three colors (blind, blue, and gray) and printed on 220lb cotton paper.
04-Holmberg Design Business Cards
French Construction Tile Green with custom die cut.
05-Station K & Co Letterpress Business Cards
Printed on ultimate white abel stock with custom laser die cutting.
Ré:design is a studio based in Hungary. The logo was inspired by Rhenium (Re) which is the 75th element of the Mendeleev’s Periodic Table.The accent on the letter “e” refers of the Hungarian pronunciation of Rhenium and also to the beginning of the author’s christian name.
A set of business cards for a start-up freelance hairdresser.
09-No-Shave November Card
This piece was intended to be mass produced, and given to those people participating in the popular “No-Shave November”. In addition, it is meant to promote men’s health. Those who receive this card were to mark their calendars on the back side to keep track of their progress, and have a bit of fun illustrating facial hair on the front side.
For this particular business card, silver and spot UV on black was used to make it stand out.
11-Parker Marketing Group
The Parker wordmark uses a series of icons to represent the values of the Parker philosophy—purpose, connection and vigilance. The icons and bright colors add personality and keep the idea of “people” at the core of the identity.
12-USB Drive Business Card
Printed on a Business Card style USB drive, this card is not much thicker than a credit card, but has a flip out USB drive. The drive holds a product catalog and opens the companies webpage when inserted into a computer.
13-Personal Projects of Adam Turnbull
A unique business card design for an illustrator-graphic designer.
This business card for a Brazilian beer store doubles as cup coaster, too.
Designed for a music marketing agency.
16-Kyle Ward Business Card
Branding and print layout for Kyle Ward, a tattoo artist in Michigan.
A local Egyptian company specialized in exporting and importing.
The cards are self-promotional and printed on Sirio Black 450gr/m² with silver ink and a foil in copper.
Nice heavy and industrial looking business card printed on chipboard
20-Teresa Meyer Interiors Business Card
A blind pattern was created using Teresa’s logo create a unique look!
21-Chris Kilkus Letterpress Stationery
Business cards and note cards all done letterpress with a touch of edge coloring.