Creative Examples of Typographic Business Cards

A good business card is that business card which can present the image of the business in such a manner that the person who receives it remains impressed by its quality in design and material. Business cards shouldn`t just offer information, they should present and transmit the principles and ideology on which the main business is built on. In other words, you can define a business card as the transfiguration of your entire business philosophy on a piece of material.

Notice that I used the word “material” and not “paper” to define the physical element of a business card, because the technology development reached a point which makes possible text printing on a quite large number of materials(cotton paper, textiles, chewing gum, even concrete – I`ll showcase some of them in a future post). The importance of this stationery element related to design makes business cards printing a key factor in establishing new business relations and adding value to a brand.

Today I want to cover the typographical element of a business card and present you some great examples which reflects exactly what you can do with typefaces.

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Madalin Tudose

A web developer with a crush on SEO. Having my skin in the game of website development and digital marketing for more than 10 years already, you might consider me an expert. At least this is what people call me. Honestly, I HATE that term. I prefer to describe myself as a person who takes action and risks. I test every hypothesis, document every step of the process, and implement what works.