Small talk isn't always easy - especially for a first meeting. You may mean to send someone on their way with a fond farewell, but what comes out ends up altogether different. So why not let your cards leave a lasting impression for you? Slip them one of these friendly messages – lovingly rendered in a strong typeface – and you won’t have to say a word.> View previous designers
Kid Yeah! is the alter ego of graphic designer Sebastian Esche. His best ideas often come out of an intense fascination with hand-crafted objects, and his abiding love of typography. After graduating from Hochschule Darmstadt in 2010, he took a job as an in-house designer for Adidas, creating illustrations for T-shirts at their headquarters in Herzogenaurach, Germany.
Scope’s aim as a charity is very simple: to create a world where disabled people are offered the same opportunities as everybody else. That’s the same opportunities in education, in work, the opportunity to create a fulfilling social life in a community of their choosing, to live in a self-created home, and the access to locations, venues and public services that other people in society enjoy without a second thought. No more. No less.
Compared to most ordinary Business Cards, Luxe are the gold standard of paper quality at 600gsm/32pt, everyone who receives one will experience a quality and weight like no other card.
Luxe was designed by our Product Designer Paul Thorogood to be the ultimate conversation starter. With that in mind, we invented a technology called Quadplex, (entirely unique to MOO) so that Luxe cards could look as spectacular as they feel.> Find out more about Luxe
Have a look at some of the other beautiful designs from The Luxe ProjectView current designs
There’s a Business Card message for everyone you meet with these fun, cheeky – and sometimes rude – Business Cards. But you can’t edit these – so they’re not for the faint-hearted!
Vibrant ink dropped into water – and photographed. It’s such a simple idea and yet creates such incredibly effective and striking results.
Inspired by his best-selling poster "Haunted House", Brian Flynn takes us inside to explore the interior. The patterns on these ghostly cards are his interpretation of the haunted house's custom wallpapers. Spooky!
Helen's pack was inspired by Oliver Byrne's 1847 version of Euclid's Elements, these designs are a startlingly modern interpretation.
Inspired by the sculpture of Harry Bertoia, and the colour palettes of Saul Bass, these cards are all joy and delight. Hand one to a prospective client, and hopefully you’ll make them smile as well as want to work with you.
Katie’s pack was inspired by a lifelong passion for travel (which in turn was inspired by a lifelong desire to escape her small town roots.) She stumbled upon a box of vintage cigarette papers in a flea market in Barcelona – and here they are!
Dan’s pack was inspired by a pet project he’s been working on – etching his personal collection of vintage film cameras. A lover of photography, film and product design, he jumped at the chance to meticulously (and artistically) explore the many sides of a camera.
The Golden Age of Hollywood finds its home on Luxe paper, thanks to award winning designer Michael Osborne. He uses classic poses from some of the silver screen’s most iconic faces to create a pack of stunning Business Cards that are perfect for making the impression of a star.
So many MOO customers are designers, so it gives us great pleasure to invite you to submit your work to the Luxe Project. If your designs are used, you’ll be able to showcase your talent, and support the charity of your choice for an entire month. If you’re interested, please email us on email@example.com with a concept idea, contact details and links to some examples of your work. (Please don’t send designs at this stage!)
When thinking about designing for Luxe, do consider what would work best with a particularly thick, textured paper stock – have a browse through our design gallery for inspiration.> Have a look at some Luxe designs