Retro Multi Foil Business Cards
These stunning black business cards are created on thick 30pt Onyx Black stock for the leading vodka brand Absolut. You can see the influence of the Absolut creative and colourful branding featured prominently in the design style. Using an impressive 6 different colours of foil, these business cards offer more than the usual metallic effect of regular foil stamped designs. The use of holographic foils creates dimension and a colour changing reflection that fits with the retro theme. With their recent release of a limited edition Andy Warhol bottle design, these business cards are designed to be as abstract as they are unique to fit with the direction of the Absolut brand. The shape of the foil pattern also calls to mind the wavelike movement of liquid, tying back perfectly to their vodka products.
Pineapple Business Cards
Produced for Gala Tuesday, these cute Business Cards were done with Letterpress on colored pink and green Colorplan paper stocks.
Multi-Layered Letterpress Cards
These luxurious eye-catching business cards feature an incredible multi-layered technique to combine many stocks into one beautiful card.
Brown Kraft W1S Cards
These 2-ply business cards created for a Montreal artisan chocolate business are ultra stylish despite using only simple production processes.
Foil and White Screen Cards
A top of the line bicycle brand like Specialized deserves a top of the line business card.
Holographic Foil Business Cards
These cards were created for Ellena Galimullina, one of Europe’s finest abstract creation artists.
Paper Bag Business Cards
This handmade card is custom created with a labour intensive combination of die-cutting, delicate scoring and assembly to provide a multi-use card.
Edge Colored Letterpress Cards
These letterpress business cards were created for designer Lucas Price, using a specialty letterpress method to produce his unique design.
Custom Die-Cut Letterpress Cards
These creative letterpress business cards feature the concept and design of the world renowned designer Jean Jullien.