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Creatively Designed Collection Of Unique Business Cards

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9 Responses

  1. jockovic says:

    These business cards are very creative but I doubt that they should be used for formal events such as business conferences or interviews. That’s not something that could be use for that in my opinion. However, it is very appealing to the eye and it could be something that is exchanged between friends.

  2. The amount of creativity and imagination that goes into the above is remarkable (I’m a finance guy, so can certainly appreciate it when I see it, since I don’t have it!) and is also inspirational.

    Will definitely leave an impression!

    Thanks for sharing.

  3. I love receiving business cards in these kind of formats. To receive one is like a breath of fresh air and if anything it increases brand recall for that business or person. I received a Christmas card a few years back which opened up into a 3D paper snowflake globe (from Australia Post – Open Up to Mail) and it has become a talkpoint among collegues and clients, ever since.

  4. Henry Louis says:

    They didnt seem like Business cards. They more looked like Fancy cards. Not sure if business people really use these kind of business cards!

  5. Sue Jenkins says:

    not to hijack this thread but im thinking ofusing this company to do marketing on my blog does any no anything about them, they are located in london so im told. i cant find any reviews on them – Rod Gardner and Associates, 19 st Helens Gardens, London, W10 6LW – 0207 558 8957

  6. David says:

    Haha!

    I love that TAM cargo ‘box’ business card – this definitely gives me some ideas on how to get creative with Card, contact details and something a little bit different ;-)

    Thanks,
    David

  7. Chris says:

    Those are stunning – makes mine seem so mr boring corporate