The business card is still as crucial as it was 20 or so years ago, as it holds all your essential contact details on it; like your email address, telephone number and website url, and is handy if you’ve forgotten someones details at the top of your head. In a world where we must be seen as professional, eye catching and ultimately different from everyone else, what ways can you make your business card designs stand out?
Well, following on from our previous Business Card Inspiration blog post, Graphic Tide has collected a series of Business Card imagery that can inspire and motivate you to make your own business card, and for you to take some important visual notes when you do just that!
In today’s business card inspiration blog post, I’m going to be featuring the work of Chic Adresse (Nicola Kovac), WillisDesign, and the fantastic Jekin Gala. All of these images have been linked back to the credited designers, as we always try and encourage you to investigate into these artists and designers, and have more of an in depth look into their portfolio’s.
The first designer I want to talk about is the rather brilliant Nicola Kovac, or the rather suave ‘Chich Adresse’, (a great name in my opinion). Her portfolio of work is packed with great design work, and especially her work for BAIN, a swimwear company. This is one of my favourite business cards I’ve ever seen, because of it’s uniqueness and hand crafted nature. These business cards have been silk printed, and you can see the level of quality and detail within every card, a absolute joy to come across Nicola!
Creating a brand identity for Artful, Willis has done a fantastic job in creating a visual look which captures peoples attention, and is completely consistent all the way through. He uses playful shapes and lines that is completely fresh and exciting, and those business cards are just great to look at!
Jekin Gala is the last Designer I want to talk about, and it couldn’t end on a better note. Jekin has created the business cards for Masala Darbar, which is an Indian Cafe & Restaurant, which is both traditional and contemporary in execution. I really love the use of both yellow/orange against the brown/gray background, as it both stands out, and symbolises the restaurant excellently, nice one Jekin!
I hope you’ve enjoyed this Business Card inspiration blog post, be sure to look deeper into each designer which I’m showcasing as they all have some really great work!
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