Super Creative Business Cards

Super Creative Business Cards

Even the most creative business card design cannot guarantee your business success, however it is one of those very first things that make a long lasting impression. Let your imagination and creativity run free and make sure your business gets the exposure it deserves. Many people love interactivity, so solving puzzles and playful cards go a long way.
Here’s some business card inspiration to set your gears in motion.

 Clapperboard Business Card

Creative business card designed for Feelme Crew – a team of people, dealing primarily with video shooting and editing. (Designed by:

 Tok&Stok: Toy Chair Business Card

Going to a store and taking a business card is customary. Now, what you can do with it is what varies. Tok&Stok turned their business card in a entertainment. To allude to their easy to assemble furniture, the brand launched an unprecedented action that converts the business card in a little chair. To do so is very simple: just detach the parts marked and put them together. The back of the card has the logo, while the seat takes the essential information such as address and phone number. (Advertising Agency: DDB, Brazil)

 Sandra Martins Makeup: Business Card

Rather than a conventional business card to offer the makeup services to the customer, it was created a special stamp that simulates a lipstick mark. The stamp may be applied to any material, such as napkins, paper sheets, tissues etc. (Advertising Agency: OpusMúltipla, Curitiba, Brazil)

 Hair Dresser Business Cards

This is a fun and standout design that is both memorable and will keep the kid busy while you get your haircut. (Designer: Igor Perkusic)

 Helena Ayres Proofreader: Business Card

A pencil with an oversized eraser – a self promotional business card for Helena Ayres, who works as a proofreader. (Advertising Agency: Giovanni + DraftFcb São Paulo, Brazil)

La Cambre Architecture: Business card

The new business card of this school now takes the form of a Lego brick. This new business card perfectly represents La Chambre- Architecture where the “imagination” and “construction” are at the base of the formation of the young architects. (Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett, Brussels, Belgium)

 Mais Pilates Studio: Wake Up Your Body

A business card that shows, quickly and interactively, the main benefits of doing pilates: to develop better posture and flexibility. (Advertising Agency: MarketData Direct & Digital, Brazil)

 BKK Grill: Grill Me Business Card

The business card was stamped using lemon juice as ink, however the only visible copy on the card is “grill me”. After grilling the card against fire, the scientific effect between heat and lemon juice will cause the stamped message to appear. The message is the name and contact detail of a stake restaurant called BKK grill. (link)

Y+ Yoga Center: Straw

Low cost yet effective solution to showcase the prowess of a yoga practitioner on the flexible drink straws placed at fruit juice bars frequented by the target audience. (Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett, Shanghai, China)

 Bombay Bakery

These edible business cards were created to promote a bakery, and available in different flavors like chocolate, vanilla etc. (Designed by: Dizzy Design, Ashutosh Karkhanis)

 Ninja Business Card

This business card I came up two years ago for the studio where I worked ( The idea came to me in the head like a bullet, in an instant, and soon everyone enjoyed. I was inspired by old movies about ninjas and kung-fu. I thought “why not make a shuriken that will kill and still be functional” “(Designer: Albert Polyakov)

 Broke Bike Alley

Broke Bike Alley’s business cards help you help your bike. The follow-up to their tire patch business card, this card cum tool fits in your wallet and lets you adjust your bolts and spokes. And open your beer. (Designer: Rethink Canada)

Creative Business Cards 

A plastic surgery company, emphasizing the fact that bigger assets are just around the corner.
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