The topic of business cards keeps coming up in my life these these days, and yet practically, they seem so antiquated. I mean, I can bump my phone to another and exchange contact info, so why spend the time and money to craft or print a little card that possibly ends up creased at the bottom of your purse?
Well, when you see a good business card, it makes a lasting impression, and it can really identify your brand in a big, creative way. Plus, no one would dare throw it away. If you dismiss business cards as an analog, dated form of social networking, think again.
If you're of the crafty sort, study this photo within an inch of your life. These are business cards that The Proper Pinwheel collected at Alt Summit. I'll need to start planning mine now for the summer event in NYC.
Peal back the painters tape to reveal the contact info for a stand-out paint service company.
An interior designer should only have fabric business cards like Francesca Pasini's.
Dilly Dally is a toy store. 'Nuff said.