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Eric Schwartz is in the wedding business, so his cards evoke celebration and excitement - very much like the happy day itself.
Hancoli sell their jewellery on their website and through Etsy, and their business cards capture the shine and sparkle of their products.
The internet helps illustrators work with clients all over the world, but sometimes it takes a physical nudge to get yourself noticed, says Jonny.
Working with a graphic designer, the Kulkarni Law Firm used the deep red of their logo to create a suitably distinguished design.
As a studio photographer, work isn't over until the shots are printed and packaged. Here's a economical way to brand your work.
Get the conversation flowing at your wedding party with these icebreaker cards for family and friends - unique, personal and SO much fun!
Take a moment to look at things from your clients' perspective and increase your chances of being remembered - and appreciated!
Promoting your business in the same space as your competitors? Photographer Robyn Pollman shares her solution - and a sweet idea.
Using MOO’s Printfinity, KITE chose 5 different photos for the front of their cards, and a striking red back and crisp white text for their details.
The simplest way to explain the quality of your work is to show it off - Meridian Homes treat their Business Cards as a portable portfolio.
The team at Last.fm wanted to share their passion for music with the people they met. With Printfinity, they found MOO had the answer.
If you're an illustrator honing your skills at home, why not put them to work? Luisa tells us how she's turning pet projects into paying ones.