Các mẫu name card đặc biệt
Kỹ thuật bế khuôn và dập nổi hoa văn
Kỹ thuật bế khuôn và dập nổi hoa văn trên giấy viết thư đã được sáng chế bởi Johannes Gutenberg từ thế kỷ 15. Các mẫu hoa văn đã đem lại vẻ đẹp nghệ thuật thực sự cho các mẫu Name card, làm biến đổi quan niệm thông thường.
John Henry Donovan – mẫu Thiết kế của hoạ sĩ người Ireland. Mẫu thiết kế này được hoàn thiện nhờ chất liệu giấy và mực in hoàn hảo.
Greg Anderson by Thomas Guy.
Chris Piascik – điểm nhấn đặc biệt từ Font chữ.
Space 150, thiết kế bởi Evan Nagan.
This card promotes the portfolio of the German photographer Florian Muller (aka the White Rabbit). The use of the negatives pattern incorporates the card owner’s occupation well, and the surface is enhanced by an embossed rabbit.
One in Zero
The business card of Hong Kong-based idea firm OneinZero is minimalist: the focus is on the letterpress type and paper texture.
The effective combination of blind and ink debossing, along with the subtle coloring along the edge, makes for a clean and exquisite business card that perfectly conveys the aesthetic of the photographer’s online portfolio.
Dallas Graham of Montage Creative has a simple and strong business card.
Paper Monkey Press
Some filigree letterpressing is evident on the card of Paper Monkey Press.
Second World Design
The guys over at Second World took their branding very seriously, resulting in the clean beautiful letterpress card you see below.
This card was designed by photographer Riley Maclean for his company Kinetic Lens. Combining various letterpress techniques and a great set of red tones, this business card has a multi-dimensional feel. It’s printed on thick 220-pound-bond cotton paper.
A good use of letterpress on the front and back of this card and the labels make this card memorable. It’s printed on French Speckletone #140 stock.
23rd And 5th
Here is a beautiful business card showing fine typography and two-color letterpress. It was designed for the staff of the 23rd & 5th branding agency. This business card for the Director of Development features a QR code that drives contacts to a dedicated mobile website optimized for the iPhone, Blackberry and Android.
Derrick Mitchell, a designer from Kalispell, Montana, creates his business cards by hand with chip board, screen printing, labels and stamps.
This cute die-cut business card is done entirely in-house by designer Elod Beregszaszi.
The chic design of this business card is accentuated by the custom shape and 16-point silk matte finish card stock.
This concept-based business card was designed by Mehdi Tuchak for the Iranian multimedia company Kaman.
This lovely business card mimics a Moleskine notebook. While the front is glossy, the back is matted and can be used as a note card.
Cheap card stock and moderate-quality print wonderfully fit the aesthetic of this vintage movie ticket business card. Great job, Alice Cho!
This die-cut masterpiece belongs to the Israel-based designer Alteroy. The cardboard icons can be separated. Much effort was put into this business card, and the result is absolutely worth it.
This super-cute business card might be the shortest route to any Mac fan’s heart.
Besides containing the contact info of German dentist Herbert Martin, this business card has another cool function: it helps you check your bite by way of a die-cut stencil. Designed by Petra Penz.
The business card is square and “combines a hand-crafted feel with the style of Russian propaganda posters.”
Cổ điển, nhưng phá cách
The amazing identity concept for COCO was created by Polish designer “Wallstreet Different Creature.” This business card, as part of the overall branding, is pure style and beauty.
Erich Hartmann designed his business card to spell out a bunch of his skills, along with his main occupation. This clever idea is nicely visualized by way of a two-sided card, with an offset logo on the front and letterpress on the back.
Motion and graphics designer Fran Rosa takes different angles on both his website and business cards… literally.
To see the info on this business card, grill it against a fire, because the card is stamped with lemon juice for ink. Quite an original idea, but using this effect for non-essential information or for an image, rather than contact info, might be more reasonable.
A lovely typographic business card made by Brazilian graphic designer Luciano Ferreira for promotional purposes.
This elegant business card was made for Spanish jazz vocalist Sandra Boils by graphic design studio Estudio Menta.
A beautiful artistic business card by graphic designer Stepan Prokop.
The rich grass texture makes the card of designer Marko Manojlovic look fresh and beautiful.
Van Der Buzz
This transparent business card, mimicking an X-ray, belongs to Ukrainian advertising agency Van Der Buzz.
These cool playful business cards were created by twin brothers, designers John and Edward Harrison, also known as What What.
Kết hợp công nghệ và kỹ thuật
Traditional at first glance, this business card can be transformed into a little cargo transport box. The card was design by Brazilian advertising agency Y&R for TAM Airlines.
Design company Cinch Creative printed its business cards on 60-point Blotter paper with a fine natural texture. Thanks to this and the debossed logo and text, the card is a pleasure for both the eyes and hands.
This creative business card in the shape of a clapper board was designed by Ralev.com for Bulgarian multimedia agency Feelme Crew.
Here’s a green approach to business card design. The cards for Fiverr CEO Micha Kaufman are made from recycled paper and cardboard. Moreover, the cards are completely hand-made. See details on Kaufman’s Facebook page.
This card, inspired by a boarding pass stub, was created by creative agency R3M1X3D for transportation company Groundflights. It is a successful mix of letterpress printing and die-cutting.
A beautiful business card stylized as a film frame. It was designed by Jimmituanart for Herofilm Productions.
With a squeezable circle built in, the business card of PR company Philosophy Communications is a two-in-one solution. Brilliant work, wouldn’t you agree?
Premium paper, imitation rhino skin and a stylized typographic logo make this card chic indeed. Designed by Contreforme.
This vintage-looking business card, which features die-cutting, embossing and high-quality paper, was designed by the studio Second World for the film production company Paper Fortress.
This fancy silk-laminated card, featuring a spot UV coating, was designed by social media and design company Hear.
The cool illusion on this business card was achieved with a thin transparent plate that makes it look as though this faux-3D brick is broken. The amazing card was created by Saatchi & Saatchi, Indonesia, for a karate club.
Phong cách độc đáo
Not only can you comb your hair with this business card, you can also play a classic rock song on it with your fingernail. The card was designed by Fabio Milito for a Rome-based hair salon.
Gitam BBDO Spicy
The Gitam BBDO agency uses spice sachets as business cards, associating each of its departments with a particular condiment.
BC Adventure Survival Training
The cards of BC Adventure remain extremely useful even in situations where a business card is useless. They are made of organic beef jerky and are good to eat for up to a year.
To promote one of his projects (an interactive chopping board), designer Sam Gough created 20 wooden business cards, carving his project’s title and contact info neatly into each.
Dept of Energy
With its business “cords,” Dept of Energy shows a skillful play on its identity and style.
This business card is a thin envelope stuffed with grass seed. The clean design, clever copy and sneaky seed surprise make for an adorable card. Designed by Brandon Knowlden.
For the most desperate self-promoters, peanut business cards are not a bad idea. Taberu Me uses innovative CO2 laser engraving technology to print on the peanuts. But before you hands yours out, make sure no squirrels or chipmunks are around.
This business card design is an ongoing project of Philadelphia-based industrial designer Wes Thomas. The laser-cut card can be quickly transformed in a cute desktop toy. This is no ordinary concept and is pretty labor-intensive, but who would refuse such a business toy for their desk?